John Daly makes a hole-in-one, shirt out and barefoot.
With two major championship victories under his belt, including a stunning triumph at the 1991 PGA Championship and a remarkable win at the 1995 Open Championship, John Daly has etched his name into the annals of golfing history.
Daly’s distinctive style and carefree attitude have solidified his place as a true iconoclast in the realm of fairways and putts. And while he’s not without the odd controversial on-course incident – who can forget Daly’s appearance, and disappearance at the Australian Open after he lost all his golf balls – he’s still very much a loved golfing figure.
According to Golfweek, Daly made the ace during a recent charity golf day. And he did it in his trademark colourful shorts, cigarette nearby and without any shoes on.
John Daly holed out Sunday on the par-3 11th hole at the Bone Frog Open, a charity pro-am at Federal Golf Club in Glen Allen, Virginia, benefitting the families of fallen Navy SEALS.
Unsurprisingly, Daly was without a hat or shoes and in colorful shorts with his shirt un-tucked. Federal Club golf professional Josh Price caught the swing on camera followed by the celebration that took place afterward among the group.
Daly recently revealed he underwent surgery to treat bladder cancer.