For years, the naysayers had a field day with Michelle Wie's career path, endorsement deals and general lack of anything earned. Might that change after her first victory?
In a twisted way, Doug Barron's positive test for a performance-enhancing substance should be embraced because it discredits those PGA Tour cover-up theories, writes ESPN.com's Jason Sobel.
Whizzing around Congressional Country Club: The search for golfers who've been asked to submit a sample for the PGA Tour's new drug testing policy slowed to a trickle, with no (big pee) break in sight, writes ESPN.com's Jason Sobel.
Once thought to be unnecessary, it appears a drug testing policy will be instituted on the PGA Tour in the near future.
Arron Oberholser talks about Ryder Cup disappointment, drug testing on the PGA Tour and giving swing thoughts to his fiancee in this edition of the Hot Seat.
Many top golfers are just getting warmed up. The Silly Season schedule is more packed than anything we see during the summer.