PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) — John Daly remains angry over what he claims to be an anti-doping policy on the PGA Tour that is not random.
Daly says he’s doesn’t mind getting tested for drugs and says he has never failed a test. But he was irritated because he says he gets tested every year at the Valspar Championship and that he has to keep from using the bathroom on the back nine.
On his SiriusXM radio show Tuesday night, Daly says PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem and Andy Pazder — the tour’s chief of operations — need to get off their back sides and fix the problem. He says players know at which tournaments they will be tested.
Daly says other players feel the same way and that he took one for the team.
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