PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Sean O'Hair told reporters after the second round of the Players Championship on Friday that he and sparring partner Rory Sabbatini have cleared the air.
They two had an on-course exchange two weeks ago in New Orleans that escalated into a profane, high-decibel argument in which bystanders interceded.
O'Hair told reporters that he and Sabbatini spoke early last week and addressed their grievances, which date to three months ago and another Sabbatini blowup in Los Angeles that O'Hair also witnessed.
O'Hair said he doesn't believe that anything he did, personally, in the New Orleans incident warranted a suspension.
The PGA Tour has neither acknowledged that the incident took place nor announced what will happen with Sabbatini, who is tied for 11th after 36 holes. A tour source said last week that Sabbatini was suspended for the Riviera incident, but that the disciplinary move was later rescinded when he agreed to apologize to all of the offended parties.