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Used to both overwhelming their competition with talent and generally getting their way, being thrown in with older peers with more competitive grit and more polished skills can be jarring, especially when the expectations that were thrust upon them so early are, if anything, adjusted up.

Sergio Garcia of Spain embraces fiancee Angela Akins in celebration after defeating Justin Rose on the first playoff hole during the final round of the 2017 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 9, 2017 in Augusta, Georgia.

The players returned to the 18th and Rose was unable to save par after pushing his drive into the trees and hitting a poor recovery, but Garcia finished an unforgettable day in style by holing from 12 feet for birdie.

Garcia was playing his 71st consecutive major championship, a streak stretching back to the 1999 Open Championship at Carnoustie.

"The Ryder Cup improves it no end, but we say hello to each other every day we meet, but it’s with gritted teeth.

There’s no doubt about it," he added Dermot Gilleece Portstewart GC expect to surpass £1m in annual green fee revenue as a direct consequence of staging the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in July.

Few players are perfect mentally, but Garcia as a golfer was seriously flawed.Brunette beauty Angela Akins and her man were enjoying the victory yesterday with pictures taken on top of the Empire State Building in New York.Spaniard Garcia, 37, was looking dapper in the iconic green jacket – famously worn by Masters winners – and his wife-to-be could not hide her admiration on Instagram. #Masters Champion2017 #Masters #Mrand Mrs G”The champion has been dating Akins for nearly two years and the couple are set to be married.Speaking on 2FM’s Game On programme, Harrington said that Garcia benefited from playing the final round with Rose and not someone he disliked."There would have been a danger, if we were playing each other, that we’d both pull each other down," he said. I worked at it, grinded it out, got the best out of it. "Then we would have went into the majors, and obviously I beat him.(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Sergio Garcia of Spain embraces fiancee Angela Akins in celebration after defeating Justin Rose on the first playoff hole during the final round of the 2017 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 9, 2017 in Augusta, Georgia.(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)Sergio Garcia of Spain embraces fiancee Angela Akins in celebration after defeating Justin Rose (not pictured) of England on the first playoff hole during the final round of the 2017 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 9, 2017 in Augusta, Georgia.Comparing Garcia to his peers in terms of competitive heart was to clearly understand why, before last Sunday, he was 0-for-73 in majors. Open at Bethpage, where he received a final-round schooling at the hands of Woods.RELATED: Dave Kindred: If it was going to happen for Sergio, it had to be the hard way From exuberantly confident 19-year-old who starred at the Ryder Cup at Brookline, Garcia quickly became a tense player who developed a pattern of fading when in contention, especially at majors. Instead of the experience making Garcia tougher, it seemed to start him down a steady decline toward fragility, to the point that at the 2012 Masters, he said, “I’m not good enough. I don’t have the thing that I need to have to win majors.”In retrospect, Garcia suffered the backlash that often confronts sports prodigies.Five years after claiming he was not good enough to win a major, Sergio Garcia proved himself wrong in thrilling fashion by beating Justin Rose in a play-off for the Masters.On what would have been the 60th birthday of two-time champion Seve Ballesteros, Garcia became the third Spanish winner at Augusta National with a birdie on the first extra hole following a sensational duel with his Ryder Cup team-mate.