Garcia responds to comments about Norman needing to leave LIV
Sergio Garcia is standing behind his league's CEO.
After seemingly catching wind of Tiger Woods' recent comments about Greg Norman needing to leave his position before the two tours can find a compromise, the LIV golfer has responded.
"They say that Greg Norman has to go, and (Jay) Monahan has to stay or go?" Garcia said in Spanish for the outlet Marca, according to Sports Illustrated's Bob Harig. "It's very easy to say those on the other side have to go. And those on your side? There are also people who have done things wrong."
McIlroy first posed the idea of Norman leaving when he said he thought the CEO should "exit stage left" in mid-November. Woods echoed the same notion on Tuesday, saying "Greg has to go."
"You have to look at everything," Garcia said. "Greg Norman is our CEO, and we support him. We all wish we could come to an agreement. There are people who could have done wrong in both places, but it seems that there are only bad guys on one side."
He added that he's unsure how the two leagues can reach an agreement.
Garcia has been a part of LIV Golf since the beginning, playing in its inaugural London event back in June. He finished the LIV season ranked No. 9.