BETHESDA, Md. – Testing for performance-enhancing drugs is, according to PGA Tour mandate, random. But as officials hovered behind Rod Pampling following the Aussie's second-round 64, which moved him into a share of the lead with Tiger Woods, the process looked anything but random.
Tour officials, a grim looking group clad in blue golf shirts, had to remain with Pampling throughout his media obligations until he could provide a sample.
It may be random, but don't be surprised to see Woods' name pulled if the world No. 1 continues his assault on par at Congressional.