Golf.com – Near the center of the Tiger Woods rules fiasco at the Masters this year was a call that Fred Ridley, the tournament’s competition committee chairman and a club member, said came from a “television viewer.” And that person, it turns out, was the Champions tour golfer David Eger. In a recent telephone interview, Eger said he was causally watching the Friday round of the Masters in his Florida home. As Woods came off the 16th green, where he got up and down for par, Eger noticed Woods had dropped a shot since he had last seen his score. Eger was curious to see how that had happened.Through the magic of modern TV, Eger was able to rewind and watch Woods on the 15th hole. “I played it again and again. I could see that the fairway was spotless the first time he played the shot and there was that divot hole, maybe three or four feet in front of where he played after the drop.” Eger knew immediately there had been a possible rules violation. He also knew he had to act quickly so that Woods would not sign an incorrect scorecard, which almost always leads to disqualification.
How about the balls on this fucking guy huh? Trying to act like he did Tiger Woods a favor here. Like he saved him from being disqualified from the Masters. Hey bro you know what would have happened if you didn’t Narc on Tiger? Absolutely nothing. You’re the only fucking loser who noticed this penalty. Hey I don’t care that you tattled on him. I hate Tiger. I loved waking up to the news that he cheated. But tell me you don’t like my firm, tell me you don’t like my fuckin neck tie, but don’t tell me you tattled on Tiger to save him from being disqualified from the Masters. You did it to be an asshole. Dude probably tagged your wife or something.