Golfer and unique pants enthusiast John Daly suffered a collapsed lung during a tournament Saturday, and had to be hospitalized. The 49-year-old reportedly wasn’t breathing for almost three minutes. And yet, Daly showed up the next day to play while smoking cigarettes, because that’s just what John Daly does.
Hard-livin’, chain-smokin’ golfer John Daly played in a tournament in Mississippi this weekend, and his round on Saturday ended with him collapsing on the 18th tee and then being rushed to the hospital.
And it's...not terrible? I honestly have no idea. Listening to country music is a lot like drinking fancy wine for me—I get drunk and regret everything—but I think this song of John Daly's here is not terrible. It's called Hit It Hard and it sounds like Bon Jovi with a splash of what I believe pop country music to be.
There are many great pictures available of John Daly. This, from Friday action at the British Open, is one of them. There's a lot going on: the half-smoked cig, the bleached-blonde mullet, the jack and coke in the Dallas Cowboys travel cup, it's almost enough—amazingly—to distract from those pants. But don't sleep…
John Daly's still got it, if "it" is trick shots from a tee in a woman's mouth.
John Daly, professional golf's drunkest uncle, is 47 years old and still playing the game like someone who's there for the sunshine and the beer more than he is the actual golf.
Not surprisingly, John Daly has hit tee shots off some guy's face before. But this was in a dark parking lot behind some pizza place in Nashville, which pretty much makes it the most John Daly video of all time. The best part is how no one seems to care where that ball went.
Today we salute the sartorial choice of one John Patrick Daly, age 47, professional golfer, recreational smoker, University of Arkansas dropout, lapband surgery patient, puller of muscles, designer of golf courses, breaker of cameras, personal friend to Hootie and assorted Blowfish, Vegas whale, tosser of putters,…
The ass you see here belongs to golf's loveable rapscallion, John Daly. Daly, by the way, is currently tied for 16th at the PGA Championship with a +1 going into today's third round action. As you can see, Daly wore these pants yesterday. These pants are black with neon-colored hands with their index fingers pointing…
David Feherty, golf's resident wackadoo, has a show on Golf Channel. This week Feherty welcomes John Daly for the season finale. To celebrate Daly's continuing ability to still be alive, Feherty allowed him to hit a driver off his face. At least this worked out better than that beer can stunt.
John Daly is in New Delhi for the Avantha Masters that will take place later this week. Over the weekend, he played at the Omega Dubai Classic, where he placed 37th. According to his Twitter timeline, the trip's been quite the adventure. Here's a sampling:
As he often does, John Daly wowed crowds with his performance at a golf tournament. This time, however, the action took place off the links.
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Per GolfWeek, "One drive into thick grass ended John Daly's hopes of making the cut for the first time at the event. Daly needed seven shots, each advancing his ball only a few feet, and a drop to get out of the rough right of the No. 4 fairway ... He had stepped to the tee at 2 under for the tournament."
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Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: everyone is old and mellow and past the bat-throwing incident.
John Daly's fourth ex-wife has finally written a memoir that the world demanded. It involves booze, whores and/or Hooters girls, gambling and other wholly unexpected wrinkles in the golfer's life narrative.