Sergio Garcia unfazed as bookmakers place doubt on his chances of retaining Masters green jacket: 'If I'm a favourite or not it doesn't really matter'
Defending champion Sergio Garcia is unconcerned at not being considered likely to make up an elite Masters foursome, having written off his chances of winning a major title before last year's triumph.
Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods are the only players to have won back-to-back titles at Augusta National, and the bookmakers are not overly optimistic about Garcia's prospects of following suit.
Despite winning earlier in the season, as he did last year, and recording three other top-10 finishes, Garcia's odds of a second straight victory are higher than the likes of Paul Casey, Jon... read more
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