The one thing I don't like about the assessment of this penalty is that it was the result of an amateur videographer's actions, not assessed due to a player's comment, or observation by a rules official. We've talked about this on the Forum before. Players who get more coverage get scrutinized more carefully. At least they did not DQ him for signing an incorrect scorecard.
i completely agree with you on this. i'm tired of seeing guys penalized because someone in the crowd just happened to be recording him. and honestly, in the replay, you can see tiger hesitate when the ball moves. and the way the ball moved, i believe from his view (directly above the ball) it probably looked like it just oscillated. it moved so little down, he probably couldn't tell. now with that being said, the penalty was the correct call. i just don't like how it went down.