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John Daly - can he get it together for the Champions Tour?

post #1 of 13
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He's got a bit over 3 years to do it.

 

Last chance for a comeback.

 

Can he be a superstar on the old guys' tour?

post #2 of 13
He did well on the last one he played. His short game was money
post #3 of 13

Maybe

post #4 of 13

No.

 

Love him, but he's a mess......

post #5 of 13

Hope he does make it.

 

He would increase the driving average :-)

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Until he deals with his addictions he'll continue to self destruct on the golf course and in life.  The saddest part is we will never know how great a golfer he could have been if he wasn't such a mess.

post #7 of 13

They continue to enable him by giving him sponsors' exemptions (I am not aware of any performance exemptions that he may have left). I don't see that ending when he gets on the Champions Tour, as he is always a draw. He'll at least have the opportunity to get his act together.

post #8 of 13

I would love to see JD out there. He would definitely bring some more attention to the tour!

post #9 of 13
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Until he deals with his addictions he'll continue to self destruct on the golf course and in life.  The saddest part is we will never know how great a golfer he could have been if he wasn't such a mess.

Very true. Miles of talent totally wasted. 

 

 

 

 

See what I did there? 

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Until he deals with his addictions he'll continue to self destruct on the golf course and in life.  The saddest part is we will never know how great a golfer he could have been if he wasn't such a mess.
Sadly have to agree with that. It almost seems like it's a battle not worth fighting with him, one moment he seems normal then you hear he's binge drinking and missing cut after cut.
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post

Until he deals with his addictions he'll continue to self destruct on the golf course and in life.  The saddest part is we will never know how great a golfer he could have been if he wasn't such a mess.
Sadly have to agree with that. It almost seems like it's a battle not worth fighting with him, one moment he seems normal then you hear he's binge drinking and missing cut after cut.
Not sure about the normal part, but otherwise agree.
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Not sure about the normal part, but otherwise agree.
pretty sure he's the Charlie sheen of golf. Unless Dr. Phil decides to devote all his time to JD I'm pretty sure we're just waiting for the inevitable.
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Not sure about the normal part, but otherwise agree.
pretty sure he's the Charlie sheen of golf. Unless Dr. Phil decides to devote all his time to JD I'm pretty sure we're just waiting for the inevitable.
More like Rob Ford.
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