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Grady Against Drug Code

Wayne Grady, chairman of the Australasian PGA Tour, says golf does not need a drug code.
Thursday, Australian pro Craig Parry claimed several top players, including three 'who have won majors in the last decade' have used beta-blockers - pills that lower blood pressure.
'It's not my area of expertise,' said Grady, who won the 1990 PGA Championship. 'But I don't think performance-enhancing drugs would help golfers anyway.'
There is no current drug testing policy in professional golf.