Former Masters champion and Presidents Cup golfer Patrick Reed is at the centre of a rules controversy after being caught on camera twice moving sand from behind his ball at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
At the end of the 2018-2019 PGA Tour season, the general consensus among analysts seemed to be that Presidents Cup captain Tiger Woods would be wrong to pick himself to play for the team, given his weak finish to the season and knee surgery in August.
But he acknowledged that he moved sand with both practice swings and therefore violated the rules.
"It was in a full footprint and I felt my club was that far behind the ball when I was taking a practice swing", he said.
I think with a different camera angle they would have saw it was not improving the lie as I was far enough away from the golf ball.
"But after seeing that camera angle, because it brushed the sand it was a penalty".
White said Reed could "not have been more of a gentleman" as he accepted the punishment.
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Woodland shot 68 to sit one ahead of Sweden's Henrik Stenson and overnight leader Patrick Reed.
Bahamas resident Rose, meanwhile, recovered from an early blemish with a spirited mid-round charge as he carded five birdies in eight holes from the ninth, but his mistakes at 17 and 18 left him seven shots behind Reed at the end of the day.
After reaching the turn at one under for his round, the former world No.1 turned it up with an eagle and three birdies over a sizzling six-hole stretch on the back nine.
But tournament host Tiger Woods remained on track to challenge for his sixth win in the event after closing with a birdie for a 67.
Among them, Henrik Stenson, Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm and Patrick Reed, are all within three shots of his lead and could make up that deficit easily.
Back-to-back birdies on 14 and 15 took him to four under before a birdie three on the last, set up with a sublime sand wedge from the fairway to eight feet, completed his 67.