Following the banning of Australian golfer Mark Hensby for failing to provide a drug testing sample, the finger of blame is now being pointed at his clubs for still producing shit results.

Hensby, who doesn't play on the PGA Tour and who hasn't made a cut on it for four years, was banned by the PGA Tour for one year after being caught red handed as high as a kite or "failing to provide a drugs sample" as it is legally termed.

Drugs dont work. Ask Mark.

The PGA Tour are now investigating Hensby's clubs in a bid to figure out how he still played so shite even though he must have been like a coked up superhuman zen godlike blend of Thor, Spiderman and Batman on the golf course or "failing to provide a drugs sample" as it is legally termed.

A statement read: "The PGA Tour announced today that Mark Hensby has violated the TOUR Anti-Doping Policy for failing to provide a drug testing sample after notification and has been suspended for a period of one year. He will be eligible to return on Oct. 26, 2018."

The publication of the drugs ban eschews in a new era of transparency on the PGA Tour designed to make public all drugs bans relating to players, not just those ranked No. 1623 in the world. The fact that the first revelation does relate to world No. 1623 Hensby is said to be purely coincidental.

More as it emerges.

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