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Huggan: Sergio’s departure disappoints but doesn’t surprise

But already the side is taking shape. While it was always unlikely that he would be making an eleventh appearance in the biennial transatlantic contest after he decided to become part of the growing LIV Golf empire, it is now 100 percent certain that Sergio Garcia will not be teeing up at the Marco Simone course just outside Rome.

As he was entitled to be, the 42-year-old Spaniard was in the draw for the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth that will conclude later today (UK time). Along with his LIV colleagues, Garcia is able to participate in DP World Tour events at least until February next year, when their case to have that state of affairs continue will be heard in a court of law. Fair enough. That’s how the world works. And should work.

But here’s the thing. When Garcia entered the DP World Tour’s so-called “flagship event” it was…

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