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Penalties at Masters

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I read that Luke was called out for a bunker penalty, add 2, and Sneds thought he saw his ball move, add 1 but can i learn from any web site all the penalties assessed during the 4 rounds?  Last year of course we observed 2 GIANT infractions which caught everyone attention notably by Woods and Guan but 2014 has been quiet.

Can i find penalty strokes on the scorecard. as posted on PGA tour web site?


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No way that I know of, but there are 100's. every time someone dunks a ball in the water a penalty results.....

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