Friday, June 22, 2007

PGA will crack down

PGA commissioner Tim Finchem is calling on golf to come up with a universal policy to test for performance-enhancing drugs. "Golf needs to move together on a global basis," he said Wednesday. Last November, the PGA's board authorized the tour to develop a list of prohibited substances and to create an education program that would inform players about how they might get into the body, the health risks, the nature of any potential testing and possible penalties.

With the likes of John Daly and Angel Cabrera on tour, I doubt any of them will test positive for a banned substance. That is unless nicotine and Twinkies make the list.

1 comment:

Brock Landers said...

Crack down? WHY??? Finally the perfect athlete. Smoking, drinking, fat and WINNING a major?