KAPALUA, Hawaii – In the spring of 2013 Vijay Singh rocked the golf world when he filed a lawsuit in New York Supreme Court against the PGA Tour.
Singh accused the Tour of recklessly administering its anti-doping program, among other things. That lawsuit is still pending (there’s a hearing scheduled for Wednesday in the case, in fact), with the Tour appealing a recent decision by the New York judge and Singh’s lawyers pleading for a trial date.
“This case has been going on for a long, long time,” Singh’s attorney Peter Ginsberg argued before the court late last year. “Is it possible for the court to give us a trial date? This war of attrition is just battering my…
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