LIV Golf's Brooks Koepka found himself at the centre of another rules incident, this time over the past weekend at the LIV Golf Singapore event at Sentosa Golf Club.
After speaking to the players, who claimed this didn't happen, Augusta National chose not to penalize Koepka or Woodland.
Flash forward a few weeks later to Singapore, where Kopeka was playing in the fifth LIV Golf event of the 2023 season, and the 32-year-old found himself in the centre of another rules incident.
During Friday's first round, Koepka hit his first shot at the par-4 15th into the trees, and though he thought he had a line for his second shot, was blocked by the fan village setup along the course.
Arguing for temporary immovable obstruction (TIO) relief, he was allowed to move his shot to the other side of the fan village, which had far fewer trees.
David Feherty, one of the LIV Golf commentators, didn't seem to agree with the decision. He said on the broadcast:
However, Tony Zirpoli, the LIV Golf rules analyst, explained on the broadcast the situation that was unfolding.
Though, Feherty wasn't sold:
"Well, he’s about 200 club lengths from where he was," he replied.
Koepka ultimately made par on the hole and went on to finish the tournament one-stroke back of winner Talor Gooch.