The beacon of misery and bitterness that is Vijay Singh faded from contention at The Players, but the 54-year-old won a key court decision Monday, reports Brian Wacker at Golf World.
On Monday, Judge Eileen Bransten issued a decision favorable to Singh on motions that had been pending since last fall, denying in part the tour’s motion for summary judgment.
“We can proceed to trial,” said Singh’s attorney Peter Ginsberg when contacted by Golf Digest.
The suit, which was filed a few days prior to the 2013 Players Championship, claims the tour was negligent in its handling of Singh’s anti-doping violation and breached its implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, which caused harm to the now 54-year-old Fijian’s reputation.
The tour had no comment.
Meanwhile, Singh's caddie at The Players announced he was moving on Sunday night. So it was a split decision week...
Life's filled with tough decisions.I just made one an hour ago.I am seeking gainful employment.Pleas don't ask for details.— Kip Henley PGA loopr (@KipHenley) May 14, 2017