Sergio Garcia faces a fine for withdrawing from the BMW PGA unless he gives a valid reason

Sergio Garcia is in trouble after withdrawing from the BMW PGA Championship. The 42-year-old Spaniard faces a fine from the DP World Tour

The DP World Tour Rules Manual states that a player may only WD for "emergency reasons or medical circumstances deemed reasonable by the Tournament Director".

After shooting a first-round 76, Garcia, one of 15 LIV Golf renegades to play in the BMW PGA, withdrew from the tournament after it was cut short.

Garcia then flew across the Atlantic to attend Saturday's Texas-Alabama football game at Darrell K Royal Memorial Stadium with his wife,

Angela Akins Garcia. Both played college golf as Longhorns. Before the match, they crossed paths with fellow former Longhorn Scottie Scheffler,

who was named the PGA Tour Player of the Year on Saturday. An anonymous high-ranking player  "However, look at this, this is two fingers from Garcia on the tour.

He came to Wentworth saying he wanted to 'support the Tour' but he was clearly upset about what [ CEO DP World Tour ] Keith Pelley said."