On the other side of the pond, however, Sergio Garcia proved far more verbose.
“He called me a whiner. He’s probably right,” the Spaniard told Golf.com’s Paul Mahoney at the BMW PGA Championship in England. “But that’s also probably the first thing he’s told you guys that’s true in 15 years. I know what he’s like. You guys are finding out.
'This is not just one thing; this has been going on for a long time,' Garcia said. 'It's happened in other tournaments. The problem is I'm one of the guys that just has to say something. A lot of people think about it, but don't want to say anything. Tiger can and will beat me a lot of times in tournaments but he's not going to step on top of me. I'm not afraid of him.'
Garcia, who on Monday was attending at a TaylorMade-Adidas-sponsored event, said he wasn’t surprised by Woods’ one-word answer. And like Woods, Garcia also has no intentions of calling and making amends for what transpired at The Players. Rinse and repeat.
“First of all, I don’t have his number,” Garcia said, according to the report. “And secondly, I did nothing wrong and don’t have anything to say to him. And he wouldn’t pick up the phone anyway.
“But that’s OK; I don’t need him as a friend. I don’t need him in my life to be happy and that’s fine. It’s as simple as that. Like I have always said, I try to be as truthful as possible. That’s why I think sometimes most of the people love me and some hate me. I understand that but I’m not going to change. That’s what makes me who I am and that’s what makes me happy. And that’s what makes the people I care about happy because they know they can trust me. Tiger doesn’t make a difference to my life. And I know that I don’t make a difference to his life.”