Sergio Garcia will face no further punishment from the European Tour following his remarkable disqualification from last week’s Saudi International.
Garcia – the 2017 Masters champion – was disqualified for committing “serious misconduct” after he damaged more than one green in frustration while shooting a one-over 71 in the third round.
The Spaniard apologised for his actions in a statement, accepting his removal from the event and insisting: “It will never happen again”.
There had been suggestions Garcia could face a further sanction, such as a heavy fine or even a suspension.
However, when contacted by Omnisport, a European Tour spokesperson said: “I can confirm that no further action will be taken against Sergio Garcia.”