Tag Archives: Performance-enhancing drugs

Sep
20
2011
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Darren Clarke, '11 Open champ and bastion of health

What if the World Anti-Doping Agency were to add nicotine to the list of performance-enhancing drugs? Well, first, you’d laugh and say something about the only thing nicotine has ever enhanced is the chance for cancer. And then I’d tell you that, unfortunately, I wasn’t joking.

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Jul
8
2010
By Stephanie Wei under Interviews

Gary Player might be the fittest 74-year-old in the world. Well, maybe that’s a bit of a reach, but probably not by much. He definitely is the most robust golfer over the age of 50 and I wouldn’t be surprised if he beat many of the 20-somethings in a push-up or sit-up contest. Recently, the controversial, outspoken, self-promoting, nine-time major champion plugged his book in a Q&A with Golf.com’s Jeff Ritter.

Player also sounded off on his distaste for lazy people and reiterated the whole unnamed-players-have-told-me-they’ve-taken-PEDs spiel. But, of course, Player gave some entertaining answers (I’d love to interview him someday).

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