BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Tiger Woods has a quick answer — "No" — as to whether he plans to make amends with Sergio Garcia.
Woods was at Congressional Country Club near Washington, D.C., on Monday to look ahead to next month's AT&T National, which benefits his charitable foundation.
He's also planning for the upcoming U.S. Open at Merion near Philadelphia and says his "game is coming around" after winning four times on the PGA Tour already this year.
But there's still some buzz from his last tournament — The Players Championship — when Woods and Garcia went back-and-forth over what Woods did to disrupt the Spaniard's swing when they were paired together during the third round.
Woods' expression Monday made it clear they won't be calling a truce any time soon.