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Steroids wasn't the juice John Daly was on

Hopping on the anti-steroids bandwagon (and before Congress steps in), PGA commissioner Tim Finchem said he wants to put in place a performance enhancing substances testing program for golf.

OK, now here we have Angel Cabrera (right), who just won the U.S. Open. When the guy who just took the toughest tournament in the golf universe has to rip off Tony Soprano for his wardrobe, steroids ain't your sport's problem, pal.

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You want to do something to protect the integrity of that sport and the legitimacy of golf courses everywhere? Consider putting a lid on those titanium-alloy-composite-graphite-tungsten golf clubs that have a striking surface the size of Barry Bonds' noggin. But, of course, that would mean reining in the golf equipment manufacturers, wouldn't it?

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