Indian golfer SSP Chowrasia endured a topsy-turvy start, carding a one-under 71 on the opening day to be tied 23rd in the BMW PGA Championship here.
Garcia has been in touch with Woods' agent to apologise and attempt to set up a meeting with the world number one to sort out the problem once and for all.
After winning the season-opening Gujarat Kensville Challenge, Kapur will now figure in the Telenet Trophy at Royal Waterloo Golf Club, near Brussels.
The two players had been verbally sparring since The Players Championship nearly two weeks ago, and Garcia made the "fried chicken" remark at a European Tour awards dinner.
Garcia threw away his chances of winning the Players' Championship when he found water three times in the final two holes at Sawgrass and plummeted down the leader board to eighth place.
The Bangalore-based golfer had a final day score of one under 72 with four birdies Sunday to secure tied 17th position with a cumulative score of five over 297 at the end of the final round on Sunday.
Woods, who had a share of the lead with Sergio Garcia and David Lingmerth after completing the weather-disrupted third round on Sunday morning, carded a final-round 70 for a 13-under par total of 275.
Media reports had said that Chitrangada and Randhawa had filed a divorce plea in the family court on Friday following irreconcilable differences between the couple.
Meanwhile, a bogey-free round of six under 67 put the defending champion Christel Boeljon right back in the mix as she finished just a stroke behind the leaders on three-under-par.
The couple has reportedly filed for divorce by mutual consent on Friday, at the Gurgaon family court.
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