Sergio Garcia's Withdrawal Harms His Reputation 

Sergio Garcia went to the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in England after finishing ninth at the LIV Golf Classic Boston during Labor Day weekend.

He hoped to vie for the top place and increase his Official World Golf Ranking from No. 77.

Garcia, who quit the PGA Tour, European Tour, and Ryder Cup, shot 76 on Thursday.

After the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, Garcia couldn't play in the second round until Saturday.

Garcia's decision to accept a place and then withdraw after one round to attend a football game 5,000 miles away is unlikely to win him friends.

According to a person who has known Garcia throughout his career, his true colors are now visible in technicolor.

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