Jesper Parnevik's moronic, ignorant statements on steroids and golf are totally false
“I thought it was stupid,” Parnevik said. “I personally don’t know one person who used them.”
Parnevik said steroids wouldn’t help a golfer play better anyway.
“It wouldn’t advantage you at all,” Parnevik said. “Nobody would play better golf. You probably would do a lot worse – your touch would disappear.”
There’s really not much to say to this aside from pointing out Parnevik’s incredible ignorance and outright stupidity when it comes to the fact that performance-enhancing drugs would benefit golfers.
While it’s very possible that Parnevik doesn’t know of any golfers who use steroids, the simple fact is that steroids would help golfers, just as they would help football players, cyclists, soccer players, baseball players, etc., etc.
For Parnevik and others to deny this is the height of elitist ignorance, as well as inherently dangerous to the sport. It was a truly moronic statement by Parnevik.
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