Who Is Victor Garcia? Sergio Garcia Brother- Sister Mar Garcia

This article was last updated by on

Many golf enthusiasts are interested in learning more about Victor Garcia, the brother of Sergio Garcia, who played a significant role in his upbringing.

Sergio Gracia is a Spanish professional golf player and the winner of 36 professional wins.

The golfer was born on January 9, 1980, in Castellon, Spain, and had a talent for the sport from an early age.

At the age of 15, he became the youngest player ever to make the cut at a European Tour event, the 1995 Turespana Open Mediterranea.

In 1999, Garcia turned professional after achieving the lowest amateur score in Masters Tournament.

Moreover, the athlete won his first title on the European Tour at the Irish Open in July of the same year.

However, his worldwide recognition and fame came from his second-place finish behind Tiger Woods at the 1999 PGA Championship. 

Sergio Garcia During Game
Sergio Garcia During Game (Source: Instagram)

At 21 years old, Garcia secured his first PGA Tour victory at the 2001 MasterCard Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas.

Later that same year, he won again at the Buick Classic in New York.

As a professional, Garcia has won the 2008 Players Championship and the 2017 Masters Tournament.

Apart from his achievements in golf, Sergio also became the Chairman of the Spanish football team CF Borriol.

Sergio Garcia Brother Victor Garcia

Sergio Garcia grew up with his two siblings, brother Victor Jr. and sister Mar Garcia, in a sports-oriented environment, as their father was a sports coach.

Talking about his brother Victor, he is a holder of a master’s degree in Coaching and Sports Psychology from the International University of La Rioja.

Nowadays, Victor is working as Mental Coach at Sergio Garcia Golf Academy. Moreover, he is the managing director of the academy.

Sergio Garcia With His Family
Sergio Garcia With His Family (Source: Instagram)

Victor, throughout his career, has had a close working relationship with Sergio Garcia in various tournaments.

In addition, he has also provided guidance to players before the game.

Both brothers have worked together in the European team that won the Ryder Cup ’18 in Paris, with the individual serving as Sergio’s caddie.

Likewise, his younger sister Mar Garcia is a married woman and has three beautiful children.

She married Pablo Hernandez, a Spanish soccer player who plays as an attacking midfielder at Castellon, where he is also a part-owner.

Sergio Garcia: The Son of A Golf Coach

Sergio Garcia’s father, Victor Garcia Sr, was a golf pro, and his mother, Consuelo Fernandez, worked at the pro shop at Club Del Campo del Mediterranean.

Golf was an integral part of their family life, and Victor personally taught his three children how to play.

Among them, Sergio showed the most natural talent for the sport. Victor later joined the Professional Golf Association (PGA) European senior tour.

Victor Garcia Sr is currently a master instructor and coach, where he transmits his knowledge to many other players of the highest level.

Sergio Gracia Wife And Kids

Sergio Garcia and Angela Akins got married in 2017, and they have two children together.

In March 2018, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter whom they named Azalea.

Two years later, in April 2020, they welcomed their second child, Enzo.

Sergio Garcia's Family
Sergio Garcia’s Family (Source: Instagram)

Sergio Garcia’s wife, Angela, is an entrepreneur and also a founder of TheUGLIFoundation, which established the foundation to end bullying. 

Chanda Rai
Chanda Rai

Chanda Rai

Chanda Rai is a dedicated writer with a keen interest in uncovering the stories behind the athletes and events that shape the sports world. Her articles offer readers a comprehensive look at the people, trends, and developments that define the world of sports.


Athlete Interviews Sports News


  • Chanda keeps readers informed with the latest news and developments in the sports world.
  • She provides comprehensive coverage of sports events and competitions.


Chanda's passion for sports journalism is rooted in a love of competition and a desire to uncover the stories that lie beneath the surface of the sports world. With a background in writing and a keen interest in sports sociology, she brings a thoughtful and insightful approach to her articles, capturing the nuances and complexities of the sports landscape with depth and clarity.

Related articles



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Share article

Latest News