Sergio Garcia Is Having A Bad Morning

We lost an hour due to Daylight Savings Time overnight, and I'm going to go ahead and assume Sergio Garcia's Circadian rhythm is out of whack, because that's the only explanation I can imagine for his truly dreadful start to his final round at the WGC Cadillac Championship.

Things started nicely -- he opened with an eagle on the Par 5 first hole -- but the wheels fell off when he hit a 12 on the Par 4 third hole.

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What happened? Let's turn to the Associated Press:

He hit his tee shot into the water on the 438-yard hole, with a pond down the entire right side. He dropped into the rough, and from about 240 yards, tried three times to clear the water, failing with each shot.

We'll all see video of Garcia's meltdown eventually, but in the meantime, it sounds like it went something like this:

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