Exclusive Doug Barron Interview
Kelly Tilghman and GolfChannel.com senior writer Rex Hoggard chat with exiled PGA Tour journeyman Doug Barron after he was denied admission back into Q-School.
Dotcom Extra: The Tour's First Casualty of the Anti-Doping Policy
GolfChannel.com senior writers Rex Hoggard and Randall Mell discuss Doug Barron , who was recently suspended for a full year under the PGA Tour's anti-doping policy.
Yardage & Club Selection
of needing to improve, you're such a busy man, you've got so many students, Glenn, of course, Bryce Molder, Doug Barron , Shaun Micheel, you're working with a lot of professional players, and you're also getting ready to get going
Punch Shot: What we learned from Singh's case
sprayed under the tongue in such low quantities. As a rule, the anti-doping world doesn’t do vague, just ask Doug Barron , still the only player to be suspended under the Tour’s anti-doping laws for testing positive for testosterone
Transcript of Golf Channel Q&A with Singh lawyers
Rosenblum: He got a letter from the Tour on February 19 and reached out to me shortly thereafter. I represented Doug Barron who is the only other golfer suspended or sanctioned under the anti-doping program. I know there are others who were
#AskLav: Singh makes himself an easy target
in deer-antler spray – is still on the Tour’s banned-substance list, and thus warrants a suspension. Forget Doug Barron . Sending Singh – a Hall of Famer ! – to the sidelines for an extended period is the hunting equivalent of shooting
Cut Line: Busy news week in the golf world
that remains is how long his suspension should be and on this Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., should proceed carefully. Doug Barron is the only player suspended (one year) under the circuit’s anti-doping rules for testing positive for testosterone
Finchem: plenty of 'distractions' in golf
Finchem was talking about, but it's a big one. The only other player suspended under the anti-doping policy was Doug Barron , the consummate journeyman. Singh is a three-time major champion who was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame
Timeline: PGA Tour's drug-testing policy
drug testing after July 1, 2008: PGA Tour g at the AT&T National, European Tour Nov. 3, 2009: PGA Tour player Doug Barron after testing positive for supplemental testosterone and a beta-blocker Aug. 11, 2011: PGA Tour using a deer antler
Tour's anti-doping policy doesn't excuse player ignorance
exception to that rule is violations that involve “drugs of abuse” or recreational drugs like marijuana. In 2009, Doug Barron was suspended for one year after he tested positive for testosterone and beta blockers, which were both prescribed
Singh WDs from Waste Management Phoenix Open
cartilage, promotes the growth of bone cells and facilitates recovery. It is universally banned in all sports.” Doug Barron is the only Tour player suspended (one year) under the circuit’s performance-enhancing drug policy when he tested
What We Learned: Waste Management Phoenix Open
That something as comically clichéd as deer-antler spray would usher into golf the era of doping. With apologies to Doug Barron , the only player to ever be suspended for violating the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy for taking testosterone
Dawson feels Singh situation may spark change in testing
currently implemented. IGF-1 can only be detected through blood testing, which the Tour does not perform. While Doug Barron remains the only player to have been suspended to date under the Tour's current testing policy and procedures, Dawson
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