Garcia out to end drought at Arnold Palmer Invitational

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2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational 

US PGA Tour 

Bay Hill Club and Lodge
Bayhill, Orlando, Florida, USA 
3-6 March 2022 
Sergio Garcia will be looking to end his two-year trophy drought when he competes in this year's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The Spanish star is one of the best European golfers having won 36 international tournaments as a professional including the 2008 Players Championship and the 2017 Masters Tournament.
However, the last time Garcia tasted since on the PGA Tour was in October 2020 when he clinched the Sanderson Farms Championship.

Bryson DeChambeau
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Therefore, Garcia, who has won PGA Tour events in three separate decades, spent much of his career in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
This includes over 300 weeks in the top 10 between 2000 and 2009 and over 450 weeks in the top 10 in total and he is among Spain's elite golfers including Jon Rahm. 
The Borriol-born golfer reached his highest career ranking, second, after winning the HSBC Champions tournament in November 2008.
Garcia, who is noted for strong iron play and accuracy, took part in the recent 2022 Genesis Invitational where he finished 39th with winning Joaquín Niemann winning the tournament. 

Rory Mcllroy
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"I love the game. I love the challenges that the game brings to you and I try to improve every time, every year when I come out here," Garcia said at this year's Dubai Desert Classic.
"At the end of the day, I think that's the most important thing, enjoying what you do, and that's a big part of why I keep coming out here and trying to play well. 
"Just keep at it, keep trying to improve, get better. Kind of have some good weeks so my World Ranking gets even better than it is at the moment and hopefully it would be nice to get some wins in there."
Tiger Woods is the most successful golfer in the history of the Arnold Palmer Invitational having won the tournament a record eight times.  

Last five Arnold Palmer Invitational winners

2017 - Marc Leishman - Australia 
2018 - Rory McIlroy - Northern Ireland 
2019 - Francesco Molinari - Italy
2020 - Tyrrell Hatton - England 
2021 - Bryson DeChambeau - USA 

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Published: 03/02/2022