2013 US Open: Has a Handshake Ended the Tiger Woods-Sergio Garcia Feud?

June 10, 2013; Ardmore, PA, USA; Tiger Woods walks after teeing off on the 16th tee during the practice round of the 113th U.S. Open golf tournament at Merion Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Eileen Blass-USA TODAY Sports

Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia were photographed shaking hands on the practice range on Monday at the Merion, so does this mean that their long standing feud is over?

The meeting was reportedly initiated by Garcia, and it is believed that the pair agreed to sit down and talk about their differences on Monday night.

It was the first time that Woods and Garcia have met face to face since the Spaniard’s ‘fried chicken’ comment last month, where he said at a European Tour awards dinner that he would serve Woods fried chicken if the two were to dine together during this week’s major.

Woods failed to comment on the issue when being interviewed by ESPN earlier today, but with both Woods and Garcia scheduled to talk to press today I’m sure we’ll be informed on what went down in their meeting last night.

But this could well be the end of their long standing feud.

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Topics: 2013 US Open, Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods

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