LIV Golf rebel Sergio Garcia has pulled off a huge turnaround, opting not to withdraw from the DP World Tour after a heart-to-heart with Spain's Jon Rahm.
Garcia made a controversial switch to Saudi Arabia last month, taking part in LIV Golf's inaugural two tournaments.
As well as winning the 2017 Masters, the Spanish star is best known for his remarkable Ryder Cup record, establishing himself as one of Europe's
(and the world's) best match players. However, his glittering Ryder Cup legacy was left in tatters after he decided to join LIV,
seemingly costing him a place in the European team for the rest of his career.
Garcia, who was clearly unhappy with the sanctions to be imposed on him
and his fellow Saudis, hit out at the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) at this year's Open Championship
and revealed he was ready to retire from the Wentworth circuit. follow the saga.
At St Andrews, the 2017 Masters champion said:
"I want to play where they want me; I like to feel loved and to be honest on the European Tour I don't feel loved right now.