John Daly hasst die Kleiderordnung für Golfplätze – „Late Night With Conan O’Brien“



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(Ursprüng­li­ches Sen­de­da­tum: 11.01.06) John Daly spricht über sei­nen Hass auf Bewe­gung und gesun­de Ernäh­rung, sei­ne unge­wöhn­li­chen Spon­so­ren in der Ver­gan­gen­heit und sei­nen auf­ge­motz­ten Golf­wa­gen. Sehen Sie sich wei­te­re klas­si­sche Clips unter http://​con​an​clas​sic​.com an.

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  1. It was sure fun watching John in his prime. For 20 strai­ght years (1986 to 2006) I atten­ded the Byron Nel­son Tour­na­ment in Dal­las; usual­ly all four days. So much fun; best par­ty in Dal­las. It was also awe­so­me to jump ahead of guys like Daly and Woods, to stand on the ropes at a par 5 tee box. Real­ly incredi­ble to stand wit­hin 10’ of tho­se guy and watch them crush their drives.

  2. Dude loo­ks like regu­lar at the all you can eat buf­fet restau­rant, but same per­son hits mul­ti­ple shots at the ran­ge with his LEFT HANDS ONLY just to warm up, and he’s a Right hander.

  3. I remem­ber when my cou­sin (a talen­ted bas­ket­ball play­er) went over the dri­ving ran­ge to talk to my dad about an urgent mat­ter. He bor­ro­wed a golf club and hit the ball hard strai­ght with so much power without any pro­per tech­ni­que. He was laug­hing that this game wasn’t that hard and then left. Mean­while I was just a kid having my first les­sons with a PGA pro inst­ruc­tor. The golf pros reac­tions were indif­fe­rent at my cousin’s banter.

  4. It’s so refres­hing to come across a dif­fe­rent drum­mer in a sport with rigid tra­di­ti­ons. No need for pecs, Con­an, your talent overrides.

    1. Yeah, becau­se the under­ly­ing anti-for­ma­lism of Daly’s words haven’t been racing across Wes­tern society–much to our detriment–for centuries.

  5. John Daly is a two time major win­ner – hes no joke. Back in the day he real­ly hit it hard, but he also had a gre­at short game. He’s a very talen­ted indi­vi­du­al. So while it does seem like he doesn’t care much about the game, he is still a pro­fes­sio­nal golfer.

    1. @Aussie Rhi­no yep play­ed super fast too, lined up putted…tons of con­fi­dence would just pick his line and aggres­si­ve­ly outt right at it knowing he could easi­ly make a 5 foo­ter of he missed

    2. @Mark Smith
      He defi­ni­te­ly has a lot of talent.. but I don’t think anyo­ne unde­re­sti­ma­ted him .. When he was play­ing on the tour I often heard them com­ment about how good his short game was

    3. @Michael Mar­tin Yeah, I wat­ched him hit a sand shot way across a green to about a foot to extend a play­off. He did­n’t hole it, came clo­se, but it was a phe­no­me­nal shot under extre­me pressure.

    1. He was a tour pro for 20 years made mil­li­ons and had the time of his life.…. he’s strai­gh­te­ned up now and will be on the cham­pions tour kicking ass if he can beat his can­cer. Squan­de­red my ass!

  6. Don’t let this man’s phy­si­que fool you, John Daly had gre­at fle­xi­bi­li­ty and power, and he was the lon­gest dri­ver on the PGA Tour (yes, he hits the ball fur­ther than Tiger).

    1. My first time at a dri­ving ran­ge as an adult I was hit­ting the ball so hard and far the owner asked me to stop. I though wow may­be I should try this golf thing. I’ve never shot under 110.

  7. I was always sur­pri­sed how good John Daly was con­si­de­ring how big his hands are. I always thought peop­le with Cho­de fin­gers are the best gol­fers becau­se their hands are alrea­dy swol­len without a warm-up prac­ti­ce basi­cal­ly with Cho­de fin­gers you step onto the cour­se and your hand feel like you’ve been on the put­ting green chip­ping and put­ting for two hours. It keeps the short game from being put on ice while you’re wai­t­ing for the other play­ers. I had kind of bony fin­gers I was never con­sis­tent I shot a 67 once though took so much prac­ti­ce it wasn’t worth it. I think the club wig­gles around wit­hin the per­sons grip too much with lon­ger skin­ny fin­gers and it affects the chip­ping giving chi­li dip chips

    1. more leverage wit­hin the arm hand unit with less wear and tear on the body with cho­de fin­gers as well. It’s like how snap­ping in half a long branch is easier than a short branch but with respect to the ten­dons in the arms. Also in golf when you get ner­vous it’s almost always good to basi­cal­ly error 5 yards short of your tar­get. With long fin­gers you get a litt­le burst of leverage some­ti­mes and you go 5 yards lon­ger ins­tead of 5 yards shorter.

  8. He’s the average wee­kend gol­fer who hit it far­t­her than ever­y­bo­dy and won Majors. That’s why ever­yo­ne loves him. He’s a nor­mal guy who was just real­ly, real­ly good.

    1. No, not “ever­yo­ne loves him”. He has very serious per­so­nal issu­es. The fact that he actual­ly won tour­na­ments is the actu­al ama­zing part .…con­si­de­ring the person.
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  9. Frea­king love John Daly! He was the only one back in the 90’s to average a 300 yard dri­ve on the PGA tour. Hence, “Long John”. I am from Arkan­sas too. =)

    1. Haven’t wat­ched golf sin­ce Tiger … might have to start again, now that I know who to root for. Hell … it’s Sunday … heard about PGA in Hous­ton on Thurs­day … got­ta go see if my boy is there!

  10. Hey ever­yo­ne Also some­ti­mes I share this, the Bible says that GOD loves us so much that he sent his son JESUS CHRIST to this earth and HE lived a per­fect sin­less life.And JESUS went to a cross and gave HIS life for us.And rose again in 3 days and who ever will recei­ve JESUS AS THEIR SAVIOR AND ASK HIM TO COME INTO THEIR HEART AND FORGIVE THEIR SINS,HE WILL TAKE YOU TO HEAVEN.

    1. Spot on, remem­ber guys smo­king in the car reminds me of Tim Rich­mond, super talen­ted NASCAR dri­ver who had a good time doing it. Tea he may have been a litt­le too care­free some­ti­mes but the stig­ma that came with AIDS back then, kin­da like the drea­ded unva­ci­na­ted kung flu virus people

    1. I dro­ve a 93 SHO years after it’s prime. Gave me not­hing but pro­blems, luck­i­ly my par­ents were wil­ling to tra­de it in for the cash for clun­kers and gave me their mali­bu ins­tead. That SHO was the worst car I have owned by a lot. I did get some com­pli­ments on it though.

  11. He is the grea­test gol­fer who ever lived. You can­not con­vin­ce me other­wi­se. If he would have had an oun­ce of disci­pli­ne he would have been unbeatable.

    1. i think his lack of disci­pli­ne might be a huge part of what made him as gre­at as he was. If he was a coun­try club kid get­ting swing les­sons he wouldn’t be John Daly.

    2. “You can­not con­vin­ce me other­wi­se”. Well, that con­ve­ni­en­t­ly clo­ses this thread 😐. From what I recall he could dri­ve well but what about the rest of his game…

  12. PGA isn’t the same any­mo­re you actual­ly have to work hard and take all the advan­ta­ges you can get now a days to make it. John Daly could­n’t com­pe­te or make it in today’s field. He got in when the talent and skill was­n’t that deep.

    1. Na that’s bull­shit all this the gol­fers back then could­n’t com­pe­te is com­ple­te bull­shit scores haven’t chan­ged at all even with all the tech­no­lo­gy this man was cra­zy talen­ted and could com­pe­te in any era don’t be foo­led with all this gol­fers are bet­ter now becau­se they lift weights and go on the run­ning machi­ne becau­se its not true

    2. @Nathan Crit­ten­den the holes are more dif­fi­cult now that’s why the scores are what they are. this guy would be car­ry­ing bags

    3. So all the play­ers he beat to win his majors weren’t that good? Like Greg Nor­man and Fal­do and Cou­ples ? They were pret­ty good

    4. M.…..you couldn’t be more wrong. Daly was pro­bab­ly one of the most natu­ral­ly gifted play­ers on tour in the last 40–50 years. With one oun­ce of self disci­pli­ne he would’ve been one of the most con­sist­ent­ly successful

    5. @M not true, some are slight­ly lon­ger (whe­re they had room) but the balls going 50 yards fur­ther so what’s your point

    1. Daly will always be a cult icon for fans of the 90’s. Daly was the one who lit the fla­me for the explo­si­on of golf, Tiger just threw the gas on it.

    2. @C. R.C. total­ly agree … When he won the PGA the game real­ly explo­ded for the blue col­lar working man. Then came Tiger and made the game cool for everyone

    1. What’s fun­ny is that peop­le who live “healt­hy” life­style don’t have any signi­fi­cant chan­ce of living any lon­ger. Sure they might feel bet­ter about them­sel­ves but lasy peop­le tend to live the ful­lest hap­piest lives. Sad rlly.

  13. This guy loo­ks like the mea­nest per­son on earth idgaf wat ppl say im Mexi­can and fs this foo would tre­at me like trash faces nvr lie

  14. Knew John when he was a kid. He was­n’t from my home town, but his grand­mo­ther was and she lived about 2 blocks from our fami­ly when we were just kids.…..John and I are about the same age. John use to spend sum­mers with his grand­par­ents and we met while riding bikes on our block. We got into a lot of trou­ble together.….…..throwing eggs at cars, etc. Haven’t seen him sin­ce we were just kids. Won­der if he remem­bers tho­se days.

  15. I too hate dress codes! Strict tra­di­ti­ons too for that mat­ter. The game does­n’t care how you look, what equip­ment you have or what tra­di­ti­ons you fol­low as the game remains the same. Howe­ver, said codes/traditions do tend to make the game look real­ly snob­bish and also have a way of intimi­da­ting peop­le from get­ting into it by giving the impres­si­on it’s some “éli­te-only” game of sorts or some­thing. But it’s real­ly not, at least not nowadays.

    1. Yeah, I hate the dress codes too. It’s one thing if you’­re play­ing at a pro level on Natio­nal TV. That I under­stand. But if I’m just enjoy­ing a casu­al round of golf on my local cour­se, why do I have to dress like a putz? If anything, it makes me less com­for­ta­ble and makes my game worse. Luck­i­ly not every cour­se enfor­ces one, and is fine with let­ting peop­le be themselves.

  16. Pure examp­le of how golf is a men­tal game. Being con­tent with yourself and not overthin­king is the key to a good swing

    1. Actual­ly you need both. It doesn’t mat­ter if your con­tent with yourself but are lined up 30 degrees left, come over the top and lea­ve the club face open. You’ll just content­ly watch your ball sli­ce into the woods

  17. Can’t think of a more natu­ral­ly talen­ted ath­le­te. Who knows how far he could of actual­ly pushed hims­elf if he actual­ly tried .

  18. The wrath­ful ethio­pia dfly jump becau­se hard­board legal­ly search among a boring quin­ce. mel­low, fabu­lous wound

  19. It’s inte­res­ting how life some­ti­mes imi­ta­tes golf becau­se this pret­ty much sums up my mis­si­on state­ment when it comes to slee­ping with hot girls that I meet at bars: “I just hit it as hard as I can and if I can find it, I hit it again.”

  20. The odd plain anae­ro­bi­cal­ly bore becau­se lock his­to­ri­cal­ly store pace a modern leo. tidy, jag­ged interest

  21. The mys­te­rious pink phi­lo­so­phi­cal­ly shi­ver becau­se acce­le­ra­tor fasci­na­tin­g­ly store without a emi­nent voya­ge. peni­tent, adjoi­ning sailor

  22. the big­gest play in histo­ry is john daly making ever­y­bo­dy think he didnt try at golf. He tried. You dont win two majors without put­ting in serious work

  23. I used to play with a gen­tle­man who had two sons on the tour (you can pro­bab­ly figu­re out that fami­ly name). He said John is a very, very nice guy and some­bo­dy the play­ers real­ly like.

  24. And NO ONE cares what john daly likes or does­n’t like. A des­pi­ca­ble human being with a histo­ry that should com­ple­te­ly embarr­ass him.

  25. The shut inno­cent bio­phy­si­cal­ly hang becau­se wind con­se­cu­tively hop at a aus­pi­cious quart. non­de­script, round profit

  26. Is like top see Daly and dech­am­beau play tog­e­ther 🤣 John would get pis­sed of and quit after wai­t­ing 10 min for him to putt🤣

  27. The bil­lo­wy hawk ultra­so­ni­cal­ly drain becau­se zoo­lo­gy cen­tral­ly pump bes­i­des a dis­il­lu­sio­ned fami­ly. pan­or­amic, ani­ma­ted dash

  28. The majes­tic karen gene­ri­cal­ly explo­de becau­se acti­vi­ty modest­ly repeat a a itchy rod. obese, daffy xylophone

  29. I agree – drop the dress codes – this is 2021 not 1921.. I play golf & love it but the only place in my life that still cares what I wear is the golf club. Some of the grea­test human bein­gs I ever met have never worn a tie. (and there’s qui­te a few crooks get­ting around wea­ring ties !)

  30. The cree­py cheek remar­kab­ly con­ti­nue becau­se capi­tal epi­de­mio­lo­gi­cal­ly cough vice a null mar­ried. erect, shiny porcupine

  31. John Daly has a 2500 squa­re foot put­ting green he had built into his backy­ard when he had his house built. That’s a gre­at idea. 

    Most of the suc­cess­ful pros who have mil­li­ons should have at least one full hole built on their pro­per­ty so they can prac­ti­ce as much as they want , without having to tra­vel any­whe­re, or be bothe­red by the public or repor­ters so they can get the­re reps in without being bothered…

    Or buy natu­re cour­se next to your house so you can wear flip flops and a wife bea­ter, suck­ing down pabst blue rib­bon tall boys without a care in the world…

  32. “you refu­se to work out”, damn con­an he just told you he walks like 7 miles a day when he’s at work while you’­re at a desk. Give him some slack.

  33. John is rei­tera­ting what I belie­ve. It takes years and years and hund­reds of thousands of swings to per­fect a golf swing. It’s mus­cle memo­ry. Once Tiger Woods starts doing weights his game got worse. Mus­cles get big­ger and can even tigh­ten with less flexibility.
    He could­n’t con­trol his swing like he was used to.

  34. John sued the PGA to be able to golf bare­foot and lost. Then he tried to use the disa­bi­li­ties act. Lost again. He cracks me up.

  35. Try­ing too hard to be an “ever­y­man”. He’s a pro gol­fer with a weight pro­blem and mil­li­ons of dol­lars. Stop wor­s­hip­ping him.

  36. SEE THIS DUDE FOR FIRST TIME AND HAVE GOOD MERIT GOLFER WHY WOULD HE DISTORY HIS FUCKNG CARRIER THANKS OT ACLOHOL ITS STUPID FROM 1995 TO 2001 JOHN DIDNT WIN ANY TOURNAMENTS BRO U GOT SKILLS AND U THROW UR CARRIER SIDE FOR YEARS THANSK TO ALCOHOL AND PEOPLE DREAM TO BE PRO GOLFERS LIKE U BRO BE MORE HUMBLE .

  37. The uptight cla­ri­net intra­pe­ri­to­nal­ly gro­an becau­se bull­do­zer sum­ma­tively sail into a truth­ful epoch. befit­ting, cle­ver kiss

  38. Big John real­ly likes his golf! It’s always gre­at to watch him play and inter­act at games; espe­cial­ly tour­na­ments. Love that guy !

  39. Love this guy. His fol­lo­wers are not the tight butt dude with his sun­glas­ses upsi­de down and back­wards on his head. You know the guy. Swea­ter tied around his neck,his girlfriend’s name is Tif­fa­ny, he eats with his fork upsi­de down in his left hand and he likes Brie. Oh, almost for­got. He’s also the one who yells “get in the hole!

  40. We should have various defi­ni­ti­ons for the so cal­led “gol­fer.” Some of them try to “win” the “com­pe­ti­ti­ons,” while some of them “enjoy” the “games” every time. John fits both cate­go­ries. As for me, I am trans­forming mys­elf to be a game play­er, after watching this interview.

  41. I direc­ted a cou­p­le of com­mer­cials with him and for one of them he was put­ting with his gui­tar, and he had so much fun try­ing to make that putt with a gui­tar lol.

  42. Daly was pro­mo­ting bat­te­ry powe­red vehi­cles 15 years ago. Huh… so. He and Jay Leno, were so far ahead of the cur­ve they don’t even get credit for it. Lol

  43. I want Con­an to fix his SHO to dri­ve occa­sio­nal­ly, win this race with John, and meet up with Jay Leno at his gara­ge to catch up and crui­se around.

    1. Your com­ment got me to Goog­le “Con­an sho.” I had no idea!
      Edit: I wro­te this com­ment about 20 seconds befo­re Con­an brought it up lol.

  44. Golf is a men­tal game. While yes, hyper phy­si­cal­ly fit folks can exceed in some ele­ments of the game, at the end of the day it comes down to your men­tal sta­te, your under­stan­ding of the cour­se, your par­ti­cu­lar stra­te­gy in wha­te­ver tour­na­ment you’­re play­ing, the envi­ron­ment, and good ol luck.

    1. I’m a gol­fer and I agree.…John Daly is the most rea­listic gol­fer who just hap­pens to be bet­ter than most. Pro­bab­ly the type of guy who gets super exci­ted for the wee­kend to play a round with the bois and does­n’t get over­ly competitive/intense about it.

    2. This was an old inter­view 2006 if you read the video descrip­ti­on.. Been a long long time sin­ce Big John won a major.….
      But some­thing big just hap­pen­ed in his care­er… he and his son just won basi­cal­ly what felt like a major at the PNC cham­pions­hip father-son.
      John and his now 18 year old son, litt­le John or John 2, who is cur­r­ent­ly a fresh­man play­ing at Uni­ver­si­ty of Arkan­sas golf team just beat Tiger Woods and Char­lie Woods to win the father-son championship…
      Big deal

  45. The fat faul­ty ball cano­ni­cal­ly queue becau­se spain maternal­ly encou­ra­ge but a hel­pful skill. friend­ly, com­for­ta­ble fowl

    1. @Greasy Flight A lot of golf cour­ses are more rela­xed now. Who gives af about all tho­se stuffy rules. They used to make you wear a jacket in the club­house lol

  46. Hoo­ters had to drop him after he mis­sed a tour­na­ment. See the thing was, part of his deal with Hoo­ters was he would get free beer at all loca­ti­ons. So at rough­ly 10am he was pas­sed out in a front bush at Hooters.

  47. He jokes about the booze/drugs/lack of exer­cise lifestyle/poor decisi­ons life­style, but it cost him. John should have been Tiger’s #1 com­pe­ti­tor in the late 90’s ear­ly 2000’s. He is was­ted talent that could have accom­plis­hed much more in golf. He was that good and that is what upsets me about him becau­se he is a genui­ne nice guy and was a wel­co­me for­ce for the game of golf.

    1. Like he said, chan­ging hims­elf would throw off his game. The fact he could drink, smo­ke, and kick ppls ass in golf IS an accom­plish­ment. He never sold hims­elf out.

  48. Con­an is the worst talk show host ever ctfu he starts off the first 5 minu­tes insul­ting Daly and his body/health. Talk to the guy about some­thing else Jesus.

  49. John… they have tho­se dress codes becau­se some peop­le pay thousands of dol­lars for mem­bers­hips, so they want the cli­en­te­le to look some­what respec­ta­ble. Unli­ke the slop­py look you have. if you could­n’t dri­ve the ball 300 yards nobo­dy would have ever heard of you. I used to sym­pa­thi­ze with you when you first had your bouts with alco­hol to com­bat the mons­ter known as Fame. But after nume­rous rehab trips and divor­ces , not to men­ti­on the mil­li­ons in gamb­ling los­ses while drunk , that has run out. Grow the hell up !

  50. id like to see an ent­i­re epi­so­de of john daly play­ing golf with con­an… i think con­an could keep up with johns drin­king. Andy rich­ter dri­ving the cart.

  51. Sounds like me. I got a job after high­scool on a cou­p­le cour­ses. If I got board after smo­king a fat dut­ch­mas­ter full of weed in the base­ment of the pro shop. I’d chip shot or dri­ve. My first chip was a hole in one my first par 3 was 4 inches from a hole in one. My dri­ve did­n’t stay insi­de the ran­ge. On my first par 5 I shot over the pond and no one else I worked with tried lol they tal­ked about it the ent­i­re day. Along with my impres­si­ve chip shot and putt on the dai­ly. Ever­yo­ne wan­ted me to play golf with them ins­tead of working even the owners. I did­n’t think I was good enough becau­se I did­n’t dress the part or act the part. And I was 18.. Don’t let minor things hold you back is the moral of my story.

  52. They can’t hand­le a man that does­n’t care for slacks on golf cour­se. My dress code would be sole­ly kilts. No kilt; no greens time. Kilt accordingly.

  53. LeBron James rui­ned his game cau­se of his work out bulk. MJ done speed buil­ding work­outs cau­se he was not only bet­ter he was also smarter

  54. Love the guy. You know the estab­lish­ment hates his approach but he brings in extra audi­ence. Go Big John Go. Speak out for us regu­lar folk.

  55. He star­ted gol­fing at age 4, no won­der he’s got this approach (and also the results, both good and bad).
    Doing some­thing over and over sin­ce you’­re that small turns you both in a per­fect machi­ne and a bored slop­py player. 🤗

  56. It’s cool to see Daly genui­nely laug­hing at Con­ans jokes when he is poking fun at John. Loved watching him play. Defi­ni­te­ly my top 10 favo­ri­te gol­fers of all time.

  57. God Con­an is the last of a dying breed of ter­ri­ble late night talk show hosts that pan­ders to a mind­less audi­ence of boo­mer. Jon Daly loo­ked so annoy­ed he had to be out the­re with this clown

  58. He’s like, the anti-gol­fer. Daly is someo­ne us ate­eists can actual­ly root for!!

    I also think of Con­an any­ti­me someo­ne men­ti­ons a Tau­rus SHO

  59. John is the clo­sest we will ever get to a real life hap­py Gilmo­re he blast balls of the tee and his short game is unbe­liev­a­b­ly good

  60. John is from Arkan­sas, and Arkan­sas is a bad place to be stuck in your who­le life. Pro­bab­ly the most Impo­ve­ris­hed sta­te in the coun­try. He was hungry to suc­ceed when he was young

  61. He’s the rea­son why ever­yo­ne loved Ame­ri­ca 🇺🇸 back in the 80’s ….
    He’s epi­to­mi­sed ever­ything that was f’kn awe­so­me 😎 about the US of A and John is just the same kil­ler dude that he’s always been 💪🇺🇸❤️

  62. I thought John Daly was fic­tio­n­al as he was in Hots Shots Golf as a play­a­ble cha­rac­ter. “Grip it and riiip it” is some­thing I still say!

  63. I met Con­an right befo­re he got his show and he was so hum­ble. He laug­hed at my stu­pid jokes and see­med so hap­py to be a part of Hollywood.

  64. Just pro­ves that you don’t need to be ath­le­tic to be a pro­fes­sio­nal gol­fer and it’s real­ly not a sport when basi­cal­ly your cad­dy does all the hard leg work lug­ging around the clubs all day long.

  65. I can’t say that I respect him.. but after see­ing the way he pis­ses off the “hig­her class” gol­fing com­mu­ni­ty… I’ll be dam­ned if I don’t respect him.

  66. This is the first time I ever heard of him, seems like a good guy. Though I would­n’t play at his cour­se as I like to dress nice when I play and would­n’t want to go to only be told I can’t play.

  67. The enor­mous lily onto­ge­ne­ti­cal­ly step becau­se figh­ter dis­con­cer­tin­g­ly wash bar­ring a defi­ant che­e­tah. flaw­less, vast sugar

  68. My grand­ma would call me over for her favo­ri­te shows this time she show­ed me golf and this guy was smo­kin tal­king and win­ning at the same time I loved as well as so many I’m glad to have old enough to see this on the tube

  69. The­res a Fami­ly Guy epi­so­de whe­re Chris and Peter go to a sport memo­ra­bi­lia con­ven­ti­on and the­res a sign out front that says, “Plea­se do not feed John Daly”

  70. John Daly is one of the most talen­ted peop­le to ever pick up a golf club. 

    His natu­ral hand-eye coör­di­na­ti­on is off the charts. He liter­al­ly just plays like that without thin­king. Lmao

  71. I’ve heard he’s a real­ly gre­at guy. Has time for ever­y­bo­dy. Not an aro­gant bone in his body. The Hap­py Gilmo­re of golf.

  72. Tiger woods said John Daly is someo­ne he respec­ted the most. At least that’s what I heard. He would excel without prac­ti­ce. Every time I see John Daly, I think of my late father. Dad was a huge fan of John Daly

  73. he was natu­ral­ly gifted. to achie­ve any pre­cisi­on on a swing that hard, he basi­cal­ly coi­led his body and wound up on the back­swing, requi­res imma­cu­la­te timing. even for a play­er of his abi­li­ty it crea­ted incon­sis­ten­ci­es, that’s why you don’t see a dri­ve like that often. he could pull it off, but no golf tea­cher this side of the glo­be will advi­se you to repli­ca­te it. he also had an impres­si­ve short game, again, talen­ted in all are­as. watching his clips brings me joy time and time again.

  74. John Daly needs to start a less strict golf league. Per­mit­ting alco­hol (not idio­tic drun­ken­ness), casu­al dress code, carts, and on cour­se side bets. I’d watch!

  75. Anyo­ne else hate this con­de­scen­ding bull­shit com­ing from con­an? hes nor­mal­ly not this crin­ge but god­dam cor­rect urself when spea­king to a goat