SAN DIEGO (AP) — Eight years after the PGA Tour crossed the $1 billion in charity, it announced another milestone Wednesday. Commissioner Tim Finche...
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For non-golfers this may seem like much ado about a trivial matter, but in reality this controversy says an enormous amount about the state of sports and even our country as a whole.
PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem says they may test for human growth hormone, HGH. Actually, they'll be forced to when golf arrives at the 2016 Olympics.
As one of the last bastions of self-policing in sports, the game of golf has prided itself on its athletes acting honorably. Is Mickelson cheating his competitors and the spirit of the game?
When the world's number one and two, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, are both hoisting trophies at the end of the day, it's a good day.
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