(ESPN) -- As the PGA introduced new evidence against Tiger Woods in Appellate courts today, Woods's lawyers objected swiftly. Arguing it was not related to Deflategate or Woods's Suspension. The judge quickly overruled and allowed the PGA to present an affidavit signed by Tiger Woods that pleaded no contest to using Xtreme Fit. He was fined $25,000 for the violation.
Like many other PGA superstars, Woods was caught off guard when the PGA added performance-enhancing supplements like: Xtreme Fit to the PGA's Prohibited Substances list. Offenders would be fined $25,000 and could be suspended for Championship Tournaments. Judge Katzmann ruled in favor of the PGA and allowed the PGA to suspend Woods's from joining the PGA Championship due to his violation.