Mark O’Meara doesn’t think Vijay Singh would ever try to cheat but still believes the Fijian should be suspended “for a couple of months” by the PGA Tour for admitting he used a deer-antler spray that contains a banned substance.
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It wasn't always pretty in his final round, but Tiger Woods claimed the Farmers Insurance Open by four shots at Torrey Pines. But by winning with both his best and his worst, Woods showed real progress, writes Peter Kostis.
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Tiger Woods regained his flair around the flagstick and again looked dominant at Torrey.
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From the Ryder Cup (Captain Tom) to anchoring (he likes it) to rolling back the ball (don't do it!), the new PGA of America president is making it clear that his two-year term won't be a quiet one.
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Vijay Singh issued a statement Wednesday acknowledging his use of a deer antler spray banned by the PGA Tour, but he said he was not aware it contained a banned substance. At least that's his story, and he's sticking to it, writes Gary Van Sickle.
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It may technically be banned, but Vijay Singh shouldn't be punished for using antler spray.
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