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IGF Anti-Doping Programme – Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

As a condition of participation of golf athletes in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the potential Olympic golf athletes are part of the IGF Olympic anti-doping programme.

To ensure a clean and level field of play for the Olympic golf competitions, the athletes will come under the IGF’s jurisdiction for the purpose of the programme as of 23 April 2021* and the IGF aims to test all athletes who will compete in Tokyo during the 13-week* period prior to the Games. These tests may be in- or out-of-competition, urine or blood.

The IGF will again collaborate with its Professional Members (IGF Delivery Partners) to implement its Test Distribution Plan (TDP) at Tour events and trusts that it will also have an excellent collaboration with the National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) worldwide.

* Note: due to the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games until July 2021, the relevant anti-doping documents are being updated and the above dates and timelines are currently only indicative.

The IGF 2020 Anti-Doping Policy currently in force can be found in the main Anti-Doping section on this website.

Anti-Doping Documentation*

  • IGF Anti-Doping Handbook for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 (to be released)
  • IGF 2021 Anti-Doping Policy (to be released)
  • 2021 Prohibited List (to be released)
  • IOC Anti-Doping Rules for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (to be released)
  • 2021 IGF TUE Application Form (to be released)
  • 2021 IGF Testing Pool Criteria (to be released)
  • IGF Athlete Information Notice on ADAMS (to be released)
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