Furyk's back ailing before Bridgestone Invitational; Italian golfer suspended for failing drug test
The Bridgestone Invitational kicks off today, but it’s uncertain whether a bad back will keep Canadian Open champion Jim Furyk from competing at full form in one of his favorite events of the year …
“I’m very stiff right now, don’t have a lot of movement in my upper back and then into my neck,” Furyk told the media Wednesday, adding that he hadn’t decided yet whether he would play the event.
Alessandro Pissilli of Italy has been suspended for failing a drug a test. The Italian Olympic Committee announced yesterday that Pissilli tested positive for the diuretic Finasteride at the Omnium National Championship June 29. Pissilli plays on the Italian pro tour and could be banned for two years if found guilty of doping …
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