Thursday, April 03, 2008

"Sample collectors" fired by LPGA

From The company which took up to three hours to collect samples for drug testing at the Fields Open has been fired by the LPGA. The National Center for Drug Free Sport, who helped the Tour form its drug policy in the first place, will take over the collection and testing procedures.

The article also reveals that the Dinah Shore course at Mission Hills has undergone some physical changes since last year's event, contrary to my tournament preview statement.

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