Here's the video that somebody gave the link for me on the Weir situation at last week's Canadian Open (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye5dpE9lZM4)
I also took a pic of Weir clearly having the club on the ground and addressing the ball just before the ball moved.
Now according to Weir and the Rules Committee, they are saying that he didn't have the weight of the club on the ground because he was waggling.
The club is pretty well into the ground and it's not like he has the club hovering the grass blades.
Furthermore, as I stated in my previous post (http://3jack.blogspot.com/2009/07/today-im-talkin-about-rules.html), if there is any doubt in determining whether the player may have caused the ball to move it should be resolved AGAINST the player.
I would like to say that I have a TON of doubt about this.
That being said, I wouldn't consider Weir 'cheating.' I think it's definiely a 'fuzzy' ruling to say the least as what constitutes 'weight of the clubhead on the ground.' But, I blame the Rules Committee for not following the rules as there certainly was doubt in this situation.
To me, what Stewart Cink did at Harbour Town was flat out cheating and I think it made the point that we shouldn't take a player's word that they didn't cheat given how highly respected Cink is (and if you don't think Ted Purdy is still ticked off by that, guess again) and that on the PGA Tour they have shown that they will avoid calling penalties on some of the popular players.