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Re: Steward Cink Disqualifications From 2008 Zurich Classic New Orleans
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2009, 02:51:57 PM »
... Would Cink have been okay had his caddie raked the hazard for him, or would the caddie have then presumably been able to pass on the information from his own testing of the bunker?

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Old post, I know, but a good question that has not been answered...

Since it was at a professional event it was most likely the Caddy who raked the bunker, not Cink himself. In any case, player and caddy are considered a team, hence any mistake by a caddy (i.e. putting 15 clubs in the bag etc.) will lead to a penalty for the player. In the above scenario it doesn't matter who raked the bunker, Cink would have been disqualified in either case.