Finchem says no drug testing for PGA Tour; Sorenstam breaks ground at new academy; Nicklaus to work on Vahalla overhaul
The PGA Tour does not need to introduce a drug testing program because players are not using performance-enhancing drugs, Commissioner Tim Finchem said yesterday. According to tour regulations, players may not use illegal drugs or prescription medication without a prescription, but they are not tested …
Annika Sorenstam is planning to open her first golf academy in about a year at Reunion Resort and Golf Club near Orlando. She and junior golfers from The First Tee of Lakeland, Fla. attended the ground-breaking ceremony Aug. 22 …
The PGA of America is cooperating with Jack Nicklaus to upgrade the course at the Vahalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky., which will host the 2008 Ryder Cup Matches. The overhaul will include replacing the grass on all greens, creating new hole placements and beefing up the clubhouse.
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