PGA Tour Says No Bad Faith In Vijay Singh Suspension

Law360, New York (July 29, 2016, 8:10 PM EDT) -- PGA Tour Inc. again urged a New York state court Friday to toss former No. 1 golfer Vijay Singh’s suit claiming it wrongly suspended him in 2013 after he told a reporter he used a product believed to contain a banned substance, saying it followed its bylaws.

In a reply memo supporting its pending motion for summary judgment on Singh’s claim it acted in bad faith when it temporarily banned him amid an investigation into whether his use of a purported performance enhancer known as Ultimate Spray violated its anti-doping rules, the PGA said the product was on its list of...

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