Rules are rules.Those are the only words that matter when discussing Dustin Johnson's second shot on hole No. 18 of this year's PGA Championship. Johnson, who originally finished Sunday's final round with a Share of first place at 11 under, was given a two stroke penalty for grounding his club in a bunker on the final hole.There was plenty of replica Baume & Mercier 8577 Men's watch controversy over the rule that cost Johnson a shot at the title, and the image will unfortuantely be remembered more so than Martin Kaymer's three hole playoff victory over Bubba Watson late Sunday afternoon. But it was the right call.After Johnson's tee shot on the 500 yard par 4 went way right, he approached his ball which had come to rest in a sandy area away from the field of play.
Before lining up to take his shot, Johnson put his clubhead next to the ball and then again before he took his shot.Johnson finished the hole with a bogey, but was then taken into the clubhouse by PGA officials to let him know of his miscue. A stunned Johnson was then forced to erase his “5&8243; and switch it to a “7,” before ultimately replica Baume & Mercier 8063 Men's watch signing his scorecard and bumping him down to 9 under.Johnson claims the thought never crossed his mind that he was hitting from a bunker, as the area had been trampled down and used as a viewing area for fans the entire week.Having been at the Straits for Saturday afternoon's completion of the second and third rounds, it's easy to see why Johnson was confused.
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