Borges: Sergio Garcia has Masters plan to break major drought

Borges: Sergio Garcia has Masters plan to break major drought.
“The more majors I play the more chances I have,” Garcia said after his round of 3-under-par 69.
It’s not Sunday.” For Garcia, Sunday at the majors has been the day that never comes.
He lost that day but convinced many golf experts that his would be a career filled with major championships.
Garcia has only three top-10 finishes here in 19 starts and it was at Augusta five years ago that he had what seemed at the time a flameout of fractured confidence when he told the Spanish press after a stumbling third-round 75 took him out of contention on a day that began with him tied for the lead that he would never master the Masters or any major championship.
I’ve been trying for 13 years and I don’t feel capable of winning.
After 13 years, my chances are over.
One more chance to make things right?
Probably not so many years ago but Garcia explained he has become more accepting of such things as the years have passed.
“Once you realize that sometimes funny things are going to happen with good shots and you can accept that, then you can do better.