By Brian Keogh
Paul McGinley wants mandatory drug testing for European golf - to prove it's clean.
Gary Player claimed this week that he knows of at 10 drugs cheats on tour.
But McGinley said: "Honestly, honestly, hand on heart, I don't know anybody who does or anybody who's ever talked about it.
"Bring it in. I have nothing to hide. I'm a hundred percent for it.
"Who am I to say if Gary Player is right or wrong.
"There's one way of clearing up the situation, have the drug testing. Every other sport does it. Why doesn't golf have it?"
A member of the European Tour's players committee, McGinley added: "I think that will happen as a matter of time. But it's a very complicated thing.
"For example, I have really bad hay-fever and the medication that the doctor gave to me I had to bring to the people who are doing the drug testing and they checked it on the computer.
"It's not just simply a case of a doctor gives you something. You've got to be very, very careful."