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THE 146TH OPEN

July 21, 2017

Sergio Garcia

Southport, England

SERGIO GARCIA: Just to get a bit more confirmation. If I'm comfortable with what I'm doing, even if I get it wrong, I usually don't. So it's a little bit of a combo, I guess. But obviously probably a tiny bit more under these conditions, yeah.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SERGIO GARCIA: Well, it feels better than it felt when I did it. Obviously it took a good amount of pills to make it feel better and a little bit of treatment. And it's warm at the moment. So I want to see how it feels tonight. But I'm going to go to the physio track and make sure I get some work on it because it still feels a little bit sore around it. So we'll see. Hopefully it will be fine.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SERGIO GARCIA: It felt -- it didn't feel good. It felt like -- because I hit it backwards and I was very weak, very weak position. And it felt like the muscles on it, it felt like one -- like they just went on top of each other. So it didn't feel good at all.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SERGIO GARCIA: No, I mean obviously I am not happy about it because I almost screwed up my British Open. Fortunately for me I didn't. But obviously it's not what you want to do. But sometimes you're out there and you're trying your hardest, and when you can't do it, it gets a little frustrating. We've all had those moments.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SERGIO GARCIA: It definitely cheered me up a little bit, but at the same time I didn't know if I was going to be able to finish the round, and I was very concerned about it. But obviously it did help but it was still a bit of a question mark.

Q. (Inaudible.)
SERGIO GARCIA: On the next tee. On the 5th tee.

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