Well, Tiger admitted that he's been tested twice since the PGA Tour started testing last July, and came up negative both times, including one time where he had to test when he wasn't even playing in the tournament.
The PGA Tour reserves the right to test any member out of competition, and Woods was asked at his press conference that day in December whether the tour had ever come to his house for a drug test.Tiger admitted to being tested at the Chevron World Challenge in December, when he was just hosting, and during the CA Championship, a tournament Woods finished tied for ninth.
"No," he said.
Asked if he was expecting a visit during his time off, Woods replied, "Yeah, actually."
"Right after I got done telling you guys that, they were waiting for me," he said.
While rumors that Tiger may be on the juice are obviously ridiculous (tests prove as much), the bottom line is guys not as genetically gifted as Woods might have to do something to get as big as Tiger is. Woods works hard on his body, but there was an easy way to get there before the PGA Tour started up the cup.
I think there is only one question left to be asked about Tiger: Is there any sort of "juice" that can help his putting stroke?