Found October 10, 2011 on Devil Ball Golf:
Bryce Molder won the Open in dramatic fashion on Sunday, taking the tournament from Briny Baird with a birdie on the sixth playoff hole. But just before he putted, he tapped down the surface of the green between his ball and the cup with his putter ... as you cannot see in this video: Check the jump-cut right at the start of that video. Molder is walking around, and suddenly he's standing over the putt. The section clipped out of the video features him tapping at the ground with his club ... which may or may not be a two-stroke violation that could have given Baird the win. The key is whether Molder was repairing a ball mark, which is legal, or tamping down the green in his path, which is not. Now, Molder had been repairing ball marks all throughout the tournament, and it's entirely possible that this was one more ball mark that he'd repaired before and he was just finishing the job. Still, it looked strange, and the way the PGA Tour has edited out the segment ...
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