Masters to invite top 30 FedEx Cup finishers; PGA Tour to announce new drug policy
The organizers of The Masters have probably made PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem very happy. The prestigious tournament has announced it will invite the top 30 in the final FedEx Cup standings to compete in next year’s event. The top 30 players from the final money list will also get a nod …
After months of anticipation about the PGA Tour’s plans to instate a performance-enhancing drug testing policy, the tour is making an official announcement this week. Commissioner Tim Finchem is expected to announce the tour’s new drug policy in a conference call as early as Thursday …
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