KCee Even then just deny, deny, deny and go do your job
He shouldn't have to.
No matter what we think we saw, or what we think, the 'trial' was done by the 'judges'.....PGA officials reviewing the incident. He was found in violation of a rule of golf. ONLY. Convicted of such and handed down the penalty. He was not convicted of cheating, therefore he cannot, and must not be publicly labeled as such. Esp. by persons in media. We, on golf forums and such, may get by with saying whatever we'd like about people of any stature, but those in the public media, cannot. There could be/have been serious repercussions for many that spouted off unproven words publicly. Reed could seriously hurt Chamblee's purse if he takes him to court. Chamblee would have to prove Reed to be a cheater, and no way in hell can he. He has never been charged, nor convicted of such.