About the Anti-Doping Programme:

The IGF, working together with the FMG, is committed to ensuring a comprehensive anti-doping programme is delivered during the 2016 World Amateur Team Championships (WATC).

The purpose of the anti-doping programme is to prevent, deter and detect doping through educating athletes, by advocating for a clean sport system and by implementing doping control services during the event. The anti-doping strategy enforces fair play and promotes athlete awareness of the International Golf Federation (IGF) Anti-Doping rules in place for the event, which are in conformance with the World Anti-Doping Code.

Every athlete has a right to clean sport.

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Athlete Anti-Doping Essentials:

Anti-Doping Rules

IGF 2016 Anti-Doping Policy

WADA 2016 Prohibited List / Prohibited List Mobile Application

Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE)

IGF Guide to TUEs

IGF TUE form

IGF Anti-Doping Medication Check


WADA Anti-Doping Quiz

Athlete Pledge – Say No to Doping

Player Guide to Anti-Doping for 2016 WATC (coming soon)

Doping Control Procedures

Doping Control – step by step


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