While Vijay Singh is still showns of life on the PGA Tour--at least until he starts chipping crosshanded--the litigious one is still busy paying lawyers to depose 13 witnesses to date, according to SI's Pete Madden.
Included in the list of those deposed is fellow Champions Tour player Mark Calcaveccia and another unnamed geezer. Though Calc hasn't made a start in 2015, the two are bound to inevitably end up in the same event. Then we'll find out if the rules staff has a sense of humor!
From Madden's report:
According to documents made public this week, Singh deposed two Champions Tour golfers, including 1989 British Open winner Mark Calcavecchia, in his ongoing lawsuit against the PGA Tour alleging "disparate treatment" following his admitted use of deer-antler spray, which contained IGF-1, a banned substance under the Tour's Anti-Doping Program Manual. The PGA Tour said Singh wants to depose as many as nine more players on the senior tour even though the court's Jan. 30 deposition deadline has passed.
Maybe this is why his joy and happiness is out on the regular tour taking up starts from flatbellies? When all of the depositions are in it'll be hard not to be paired with someone your lawyer undoubtedly grilled.