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Sergio Garcia to 'hold off' on plan to resign from DP World Tour

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Sergio Garcia has for now shelved plans to resign from the DP World Tour. The 42-year-old Spaniard said after the British Open two weeks ago that he was probably going to leave his home European circuit. But the Ryder Cup stalwart has reportedly had a change of heart.
2 months ago

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Garcia to 'hold off' on quitting DP World Tour

Sergio Garcia says he is "going to hold off on" giving up his membership of the DP World Tour to see if he could still play in the Ryder Cup.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The IndependentThe Independent

LIV golfer Sergio Garcia ‘holds off’ on DP World Tour resignation

Europe’s all-time leading points scorer in the Ryder Cup is at risk of being banned from future events

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala LumpurThe Star Kuala Lumpur

Golf-Garcia to 'hold off' on plan to resign from DP World Tour

(Reuters) - Former Masters champion Sergio Garcia, one of the more high-profile players to join LIV Golf, has for now shelved plans to resign from the DP World Tour so that he can remain eligible for Ryder Cup competition, ESPN on Monday reported him saying. Read full story

2 months ago·Malaysia
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South China Morning PostSouth China Morning Post

Sergio Garcia to ‘hold off’ on plan to resign from DP World Tour

Sergio Garcia, one of the more high-profile players to join LIV Golf, has for now shelved plans to resign from the DP World Tour.

2 months ago·Hong Kong
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The TelegraphThe Telegraph

Sergio Garcia U-turns on DP World Tour resignation to save Ryder Cup career

Garcia still plans to play LIV Golf events but will delay any resignation until Ryder Cup requirements become more clear

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sporting NewsSporting News

Sergio Garcia reverses course, opts to stay on DP World Tour, opening door for Ryder Cup involvement

Garcia had indicated he would leave the DP World Tour and relinquish his ability to qualify for the European Ryder Cup side at last week's Open Championship.

2 months ago
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