PGA Tour Won't Drop Effort To Avoid Deer Antler Spray Case

By Zachary Zagger (January 2, 2018, 8:22 PM EST) -- The PGA Tour is appealing a New York judge's ruling to sustain a lawsuit by former No.1 ranked professional golfer Vijay Singh alleging the tour harmed his reputation by trying to punish him for purportedly using illicit performance-enhancing substance deer antler spray, despite Singh's claims that the tour is dragging out his now nearly five-year-old case with "frivolous" arguments.

The PGA Tour is challenging a ruling certified in September by New York Supreme Court Judge Eileen Bransten in which she refused to rethink her earlier summary judgment decision that Singh may be able to show the tour's actions harmed his reputation...

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