ATLANTA – Prior to Tiger Woods’ meet and greet with the media on Wednesday at East Lake he huddled with PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem for about an hour, and although he didn’t elaborate on the conversation his answers afterwards were enlightening.
Woods, who was assessed a two-stroke penalty last week at the BMW Championship after Tour officials reviewed a tape that indicated his golf ball moved on the first hole while he was removing some debris from the area, was asked early in his news conference about possible “call-in” violations from viewers.
“There are certainly a lot more viewer call-ins,” Woods said. “I get it from the first time I step on the range on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, all the way through, and virtually every shot is on something, and some of the top players are getting it.
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