Vijay Singh's lawsuit against the PGA Tour is on track for trial, though the outcome – barring a settlement or dismissal – likely won't be determined before the 2016 Masters.
Vijay Singh will get his day in court: In a 27-page decision in Singh vs. PGA Tour, a judge dismissed five of seven causes of action while ruling against the Tour in the remaining two.
Hall of Famer Vijay Singh has amassed three major championships among his 34 PGA Tour victories and earnings of $68 million -- yet remains virtually unknown to anyone but perhaps his caddies.
Matt Kuchar loses a lead late while Adam Scott's even-par 71 in the wind at Royal Melbourne earned him the 2013 Australian Masters title, his second straight as he chases his country's triple crown.
In something of a bombshell at a recent court hearing, Vijay Singh’s lawyer accused the PGA Tour of repeatedly exempting players from testing and punishment under its anti-doping program. But no proof has yet to be made public.
When Vijay Singh was playing in the recent Shriners Hospital for Children Open in Las Vegas, his lawyers were thousands of miles to the east, arguing in New York Supreme Court that his lawsuit against the PGA Tour should not be dismissed.
In the aftermath of the deer-antler spray controversy, Vijay Singh has filed suit against the PGA Tour, alleging the Tour subjected him to "public humiliation and ridicule for months."
Vijay Singh, who has said he used deer-antler spray containing a substance banned by the PGA Tour, offered no explanation for his withdrawal from this week's Shell Houston Open.
The fate of major champion Vijay Singh, who has admitted to using a substance banned by the PGA Tour, should be decided “relatively soon,” commissioner Tim Finchem said.
More than a week has passed since the startling revelation that Vijay Singh took a substance prohibited under the PGA Tour Anti-Doping Program. Many Tour observers wonder how Singh, who has won 34 Tour events in a Hall of Fame career, could have competed last week at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am after such a turn of events.
Vijay Singh withdraws from the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a day after saying he used deer-antler spray.
Vijay Singh expressed shock and anger when it was disclosed in a Sports Illustrated article that he was taking a banned substance, according to a statement released Wednesday by Singh here at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Phil Mickelson, Vijay Singh and Tiger Woods have combined to make $233,915,594 in their career. All three will look to add $1.4 million on Sunday at the BMW.
Vijay Singh has been here before in 2012, leading or playing well after 36 holes. And then the weekend hits, and he disappears. He hopes to reverse that trend at Crooked Stick.
Vijay Singh shot a 7-under 63 on Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Greenbrier Classic, leaving Tiger Woods eight strokes back.
Vijay Singh has been dealing with numerous injuries since 2008, but recent therapy has the Fijian feeling great.
Vijay Singh has failed to show up for his tee time in a U.S. Open qualifier. It's likely his streak of playing in every major championship for the last 17 years is about to end.
Vijay Singh’s streak of seven consecutive WGC-Accenture Match Play appearances is in jeopardy.
For certain, his mood got a boost before coming to Akron when he played practice rounds for two days at Whistling Straits, site of his 2004 PGA Championship victory that cemented his eventual berth in the World Golf Hall of Fame.
He’s known for a relentless work ethic, not for having a warm and fuzzy relationship with the media.
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Take a look at Vijay Singh's career in photos.