PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem got some very unwelcome news tonight on the eve of The Players Championship. One of the games greats Vijay Singh has filed suit in New York claiming the Tour violated its duty of care and good faith by exposing Singh “to public humiliation and ridicule for months.” Vijay’s lawyer for the suit is Peter Ginsberg, who was on the team of Jonathan Vilma in the New Orleans Saints bounty case.
On the eve of The Players Championship, the showcase event for the Tour at TPC Sawgrass, Singh filed suit in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, charging the Tour with violating its duty of care and good faith. According to the lawsuit, the Tour exposed Singh “to public humiliation and ridicule for months.”
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According to the lawsuit, the Tour “failed competently and responsibly to administer its own Anti-Doping Program. … As a direct and proximate result of the PGA TOUR’s actions, Singh has been humiliated, ashamed, ri...