Module ten - golf because of one man Tiger Woods To bet...

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Module ten I haven't heard any talk about steroids in golf, but no sport is immune to it," says Dr. Gary Wadler, a clinical associate professor of medicine at NYU and a member of the World Anti-Doping Agency. I happen to agree with this; however, a research on the issue turned up empty handed in the golf world. No major professional tour or golf organization has specific rules in place banning the use of performance-enhancing drugs, much less random drug testing to back up those rules. To me it’s not if it happens its when it happens. Today’s golfers are under the most competition ever in the history of
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Unformatted text preview: golf because of one man; Tiger Woods. To bet this man, some players are willing to do whatever they can to get an edge. To fix the PGA in underestimating the desire some professional players have to get better, their should be a rule that allows random drug testing and sound rules on the usage of steroids in the PGA rule book. Some of the first stake holders that come to mind are endorsements. For example, Buick and Nike wouldn’t like Tiger Woods representing them if he was found guilty of using performance enhancing drugs and would more than likely drop him in an instant....
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