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The hot new performance-enhancing supplement that has been the talk of the Super Bowl preparation in New Orleans is deer antler spray. It has been rumored that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has partaken in his share of deer antler spray absorption. Lewis has publicly denied using it.
But, golfer Vijay Singh has admitted to using it. Fellow golfer Bubba Watson spoke of the substance during a recent press conference while in Arizona to play at TPC Scottsdale. He was baffled by it saying that doesn’t even know how you “take” deer antler spray. The substance contains a performance-enhancer connected to human growth hormone.
He goes on to say that if he ever loses his PGA Tour card that he’ll never go to deer antler spray to get him back on the tour. There need to be more Bubba Watsons in sports. He has a great attitude, is very personable and can punish the heck out of a golf ball.
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