The United States Golf Association, along with other leading golf organizations, has determined that it is in the best interest of the sport of golf to maintain the integrity of the game and the health and safety of all players. Accordingly, the USGA supports the efforts to develop and implement anti-doping programs. The USGA will honor, as it deems appropriate, the findings, final penalties and sanctions rendered by other leading golf organizations for anti-doping violations, taking due account of the seriousness and timing of the violations. All participants in USGA Championships are encouraged to review the anti-doping programs of their respective golf organizations as testing may occur within the time periods in which they are participating in a USGA Championship; all participants are also encouraged to review the Conditions of Competition of applicable USGA Championships.
The USGA will incorporate and adopt the PGA TOUR’s Anti-Doping Program for the U.S. Open Championship for all participants in the championship proper. The USGA will incorporate and adopt the LPGA’s Anti-Doping Protocol for the U.S. Women’s Open Championship for all participants in the championship proper.
The USGA will incorporate and adopt the International Golf Federation's Anti-Doping Policy for the U.S. Amateur Championship and U.S. Women's Amateur Championship for all participants in the championship proper.
U.S. Open Drug Testing
Open Drug Testing Process
U.S. Amateur and U.S. Women's
Amateur Drug Testing Process