Of all the international faces that surfaced atop the first round of the Masters Tournament, perhaps none was a more welcome sight than the man formerly known as "El Nino."
Sergio Garcia was supposed to have won a major or two by now, if not more. Instead, the only title he's got is that dreaded "best player never to win one."
Even Sergio Garcia finds it hard to believe that a decade has passed since his Masters Tournament debut.
The belly putter that nearly carried Sergio Garcia to victory in last summer's British Open is out of the Spaniard's bag now.
Sergio Garcia is the third link in a chain of Spanish Ryder Cup stars.
Just look at him. The boyish good looks and the radiant smile - Sergio Garcia still exudes the El Nio persona he's famous for. Just look at his record. ith 16 worldwide wins and 29 major championship appearances, Garcia is hardly a kid anymore.