Sergio Garcia is currently in 29th place in the world
Sergio Garcia says his behavior in disqualifying the Saudi International is "not who I really am".
The Masters champion 2017 was previously eliminated from the tournament this month for serious misconduct after damaging greens during its third round.
He will play on the PGA Tour for the first time since the incident at the Genesis Open in Los Angeles this week.
"I want to say again that I am sorry for my fans and fellow competitors," said the 39-year-old Spaniard on Tuesday,
"What happened is not an example I want and it's not who I really am. "
" I am an emotional player and although I believe this is one of my greatest strengths, it is also one of my biggest shortcomings, "added Garcia. to it in a message on social media.
"I am focused on working hard to channel that emotion in the right way and to be the best myself, to learn from it and to move forward. Thanks for all the support."
Garcia became the first player in the European Tour to be disqualified under Rule 1.2a, stating: "Players are expected to play in the spirit of the game by acting with integrity, paying attention to others and taking good care of the course ".