Looks like that fried chicken comment is still sizzling. Three weeks ago, when Sergio Garcia said that he'd have Tiger Woods over for dinner and serve fried chicken, it didn't go over well at all. Woods called the statement "wrong, hurtful and inappropriate" on Twitter and many were up in arms over the racial stereotype. It seemed Garcia offered an apology on the driving range Monday when he shook Woods's hand, but this wasn't the case at all. "We didn't discuss anything ... It's already done," Woods said at a news conference Tuesday. But instead of holding a grudge, Woods has decided to shift his energy to his fourth U.S. Open. And considering his recent performances, it's probably for the best.