Tiger Woods was penalized two strokes Saturday after a rules committee deemed he violated one of golf's ball-drop rules during Friday's play, an official with the Masters Tournament said.
With the ruling, Woods is now 1-under par, five strokes behind leader Jason Day.
Woods, a four-time tournament champion, hit a shot on the 15th hole that ricocheted off the flagstick into a pond. Woods took a drop then bogeyed the hole.
"After being prompted by a television viewer, the Rules Committee reviewed a video of the shot while he was playing the 18th hole," Fred Ridley, the Augusta National Golf Club's competition committee chairman, said in a written statement.
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