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The Spaniard said: "I'm super excited to see you in Portland at Pumpkin Ridge. Exciting news, my team is set and we'll soon be changing the logo and the name of the team so very excited to have all these things going on."
Garcia is the appointed captain of the team 'Fireballs' which consisted of himself, Jediah Morgan, Amateur David Puig and former US Amateur Champion, James Piot at Centurion Club earlier this month. The new team name and logo is expected to be revealed at the draft ceremony on Wednesday evening.
The Fireballs struggled in the inaugural playing of the Series where they combined for a score of 13-over-par. Only the Iron Heads, captained by Kevin Na, scored worse. In the individual format, Garcia posted the best score of the team but finished 24th in the 48-player field with a three round score of six-over-par.
There will be numerous LIV Golf debutants in Portland this week after the Greg Norman-fronted Series announced the signing of Matthew Wolff, Mexico's Carlos Ortiz and World No.2 amateur Eugenio Chacarra. The 22-year-old is the first active college player to forego their amateur status and sign with LIV Golf and is likely to be on the radar of fellow Spaniard, Sergio Garcia, for the team draft.
The second playing of the Series is significantly stronger than the field for the Centurion Club opener, with a total of nine of the last 21 Major winners, four former World No.1 players and almost half of the competitors currently ranked in the top-100 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
James joined Golf Monthly having previously written for other digital outlets. He is obsessed with all areas of the game – from tournament golf, to history, equipment, technique and travel. He is also an avid collector of memorabilia; with items from the likes of Bobby Jones, Tiger Woods, Francis Ouimet, Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Adam Scott and Ernie Els. As well as writing for Golf Monthly, James’ golfing highlight is fist bumping Phil Mickelson on his way to winning the Open Championship at Muirfield in 2013. James grew up on the east coast of England and is the third generation of his golfing family. He now resides in Leeds and is a member of Cobble Hall Golf Club with a handicap index of 1.7. His favourite films are The Legend of Bagger Vance and Tin Cup.
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