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Another Golf Viewer Sparks a Review

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CHARLOTTE — Flamboyant Spaniard Sergio Garcia had an eventful Friday in the second round of the Well Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club.

He shot 4-under-par 68 to climb up the leader board and to within five shots of Phil Mickelson's lead.

He chipped in from 5 feet on the third hole for par — from on the green, with a wedge.

He tweaked his back with a bad swing on the 10th hole

And he ended his day by having to explain himself after a viewer phoned in and said Garcia had improperly marked his ball on the 17th green. Garcia was so despondent during the review process of his drop that he said he would take a two-stroke penalty just so no one would think he was a cheater.

Other than that, it was a normal day.

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