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Golf Australia Express : January 2014
OPINION the THE ONGOING LEGAL BATTLE BETWEEN VIJAY SINGH AND THE PGA TOUR REMAINS FAR FROM OVER. THE LATEST REVELATIONS AND REQUESTS IN THE DEFAMATION CASE RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS, writes OTG senior writer ADRIAN BALLANTYNE. I t’s no secret that Vijay Singh is not one of the most beloved players on the PGA Tour. And it’s probably fair to say there are few fans who’ll confess they always root for the big Fijian—even fewer players who’d go in to bat for him. It can’t just be remnants of the cheating stain that he’s carried with him for almost 30 years. That line is about as long in the tooth as it gets. Maybe it’s his often controversial comments on any number of touchy issues, or his running battles with certain players who enjoy more popularity on and off the course. But what he most definitely didn’t need was to drag his fellow pros into his ongoing war with the PGA Tour over his use of deer antler spray and the subsequent—and eventually abandoned—sanctions against him. Rather than let things simply be after he was admonished last year, Singh first sued the PGA Tour and then hit it with incredible Vijay