Sergio Garcia ties nine-hole record with 27 at Bridgestone

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You could say Sergio Garcia was "en fuego" on the back nine at the Bridgestone Invitational on Friday as he shot 27 after making the turn. 

Garcia one-putted the last 11 (!) holes on Friday en route to tying the course record held by fellow Spaniard Jose Maria Olazabal and Tiger Woods (twice).

The 27 also tied the low back nine ever on a par-35 nine holes at a PGA Tour event.

"A dream back nine," Garcia said. "I just started hitting good shots, rolling the putts in, and everything seemed to happen. I was just enjoying it as much as I could."

"Just one of those moments that you love and you enjoy, and you wish there were no end."

Unfortunately there was but he can take the course record and PGA Tour records with him.

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