I would like to know if there were two rule books used in the Masters — one for Tiger Woods and one for everyone else?
According to the U.S. Golf Association rule book, Woods should have been disqualified for signing the wrong number on his scorecard. Anybody else — and I do mean anybody — would have been gone. It's all about who you are and money and a little about being a crybaby on the tour.
If you watched the Masters on TV, you would think the only player on the course is Tiger Woods. The rules should apply to everyone. This Masters is now a joke. I wish Tiger good luck and urge him not to lose his personal rule book.
DALE C. HAZARD