Singh settles anti-doping lawsuit with PGA Tour

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Published 6:05 p.m. ET Nov. 20, 2018 | Updated 6:52 p.m. ET Nov. 20, 2018

Vijay Singh has settled his lawsuit against the PGA Tour over how it investigated his use of deer antler spray, ending more than five years of litigation less than a week before the case was to go to trial in New York.

Terms of the settled announced Tuesday were not disclosed.

“I’m very happy for Vijay that the matter has been resolved,” said Jeffrey Rosenblum, one of his attorneys.

Rosenblum declined further comment because of a confidentiality agreement. The PGA Tour said in a statement that the settlement reflects a mutual commitment to move forward “as we put this matter behind us.”

It ends a rough chapter in the tour’s 10 years of an anti-doping program.

Singh was approaching his 50th…

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