LPGA Drug Testing

From AP:

The LPGA Tour will start testing players for drugs in 2008, making it the first major golf tour to announce a drug-testing program.  Specifics of the testing plan have not been developed and will be worked on over the next six to nine months, LPGA commissioner Carolyn Bivens said Wednesday.

"While we have no evidence to date that any of our players are using performance-enhancing drugs, we need to have a very clear policy and a program in place," Bivens said. "We want to take a proactive role."