Since apparently memory is something that is as reliable in some golfers as it is in fishermen, I'd like to remind those of you who are making claims about what the PGA Tour did that hurt Vijay that you're probably thinking about someone else and NOT the PGA Tour. ESPN is not the PGA Tour. The Golf Channel is not the PGA Tour. Bob's Sports Blog is not the PGA Tour.
I pulled this article from 23 April 2013 (less than 3 weeks ago). At this point, the PGA Tour had not announced ANYTHING about Vijay or the investigation. You can claim they sanctioned him in February if you want, but it doesn't make it true. You can claim that Vijay's lawyer is right that the PGA Tour was responsible for this media circus, but it doesn't make it true. The PGA Tour was SILENT about the whole issue and didn't make an announcement until they announced that (1) the initial decision was a sanction and (2) Vijay appealed and after the WADA changes the case was dropped.
"Nearly three full months after it was revealed that Vijay Singh had used deer-antler spray, which contains IGF-1, a banned substance under the PGA Tour’s anti-doping policy, there is still no news regarding any sort of punishment.
When asked Monday about whether a decision has been reached regarding Singh’s situation, Tour executive vice president of communications Ty Votaw simply said, “No.” When asked if there was a timeframe for such a decision, he similarly responded in the negative." (http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golftalkcentral/still-no-word-from-tour-on-singh-drug-ruling/)