Tiger called up twice for drug tests

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Tiger Woods has disclosed that he has twice undergone drug tests in accordance with the US PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy.

Tiger Woods disclosed this week that he has twice undergone drug tests in accordance with the US PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy – once when he wasn’t even playing.

The Tour’s first-ever drug testing program was launched on July 1, this year, just a week after Woods had undergone knee surgery that was to keep him sidelined front golf until late February this year.

The first time he was required to undergo drug tests, Woods said when questioned, was in December at the Chevron World Challenge in California, the charity event he hosts at the end of the year.

It was the first time since his surgery that he had appeared in public at a golf tournament

Woods, who was speaking to the media after posting a 1-under 71 in Thursday’s first round of The Players that left him six shots off the pace, added that he had also been was chosen for a drug test at the CA Championship at Doral in early March.

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