And what to do with a wonderful person/player like Christina Kim who suffers from depression/anxiety and is on meds. Do we ban her from playing because her meds decrease her anxiety and relieve her depression, I personally don't think we should. It would take away her livelyhood, that's not fair. IMO if the person has a medical need for a perscription medication they should not be banned from playing. (I don't know what to do about a phony doctor perscribing meds, to me that is someone breaking the law and it should be treated as such.)
Now having said that, and thinking about this subject, I'm reminded of the player (can't think of his name) who had a medical condition that prevented him from walking the course, he needed to use a cart. The USGA or PGA banned him from tournaments and there was a legal battle that I believe he ultimately won. Should he or people who suffer from those types of medical conditions be banned from the tour? Not so clear cut.