The golf world has benefitted greatly from Tiger Woods. The thicker pockets and bigger winnings are proof of that. However, whenever he stumbles, there are always a chorus of high and mighty golfers -- past or present -- ready to pile on. Today is no diffferent. After Woods was retroactively assessed a two-shot penalty for a bad drop on the 15th hole, Nick Waldo and David Duval came out swinging and suggested for Woods to withdraw. Duval took shots on twitter, but three-time Masters champion Faldo went in on CBS' broadcast.

Via The Independent:

"I think Tiger would gain massive brownie points if he stood up and said 'You are right, I have broken the rules, I'll see you next week'," Faldo said on the Golf Channel.

"I think he got confused. His head was spinning, he was angry. He made a mistake, simple as that.

"He is judge and jury. He gained an advantage. He said so himself."

Former player Brandel Chamblee added: "This is a flagrant, obvious violation. If Tiger has read the rule it is incumbent on him to say he is in violation and disqualify himself. Anything else is unacceptable."