I watched live at the RBC Heritage and couldn't quite figure it out.  Patrick Reed's drive on 18 was headed right and the ball ended up just on the out of bounds line between two white stakes.

A sizable crowd gathered during the five minutes or so until a referee arrived to give a ruling. As far as I could see Reed kept his eyes front throughout, didn't engage the crowd but was (understandably) clearly very angry.

But when the referee ruled the ball out of bounds and as Reed marched forward to his provisional the crowd appear to clap and cheer.

Was this because they were wishing him well or because the bad guy had gotten what he deserved?
  

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