Regarding DJ...does anyone know how the PGA handles situations where a player needs help with substance abuse/addiction? Seems like they would keep it under wraps in any way possible, trying to uphold this "gentleman's" standard of golf, and also to protect the players' privacy.
I recall reading about DJ's back issues a couple of years ago (when I didn't follow golf much)...some comments were insinuating that he was actually in recovery from a crack addiction. Not saying I believe this...just got me thinking.
The PGA Tour is not supposed to report on suspensions related to failed recreational drug tests. I don't believe DJ failed any drug test but has instead chosen on his own to seek help for whatever his problems are.