If you’ve ever thought your game was up to PGA Tour standards, it turns out it might be — at least based on the score John Daly carded today during the second round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook.
The two-time major champion shot a career-worst 90 at the 7,340-yard course in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Here’s Long John’s scorecard, in all its glory. The highlight is the 12 he made on the sixteenth hole:
According to the PGA Tour’s Shot Tracker, Daly hit three consecutive tee shots into the water on the dogleg 16th hole. Here’s the Associated Press report:
Daly hit his tee shot into the water on the 16th hole. He twice tried to go for the green and hit into the water, and then played it safe out to the left. Daly said he shanked a 7-iron, duffed a chip and took 11 shots to get on the green.
The two-time major champion said it was “a good 12.”
Daly says he is more concerned with having the yips. He says it started last week at Puerto Rico. He took 70 putts over two days at Innisbrook.
Daly finished at +22 and, yes, was projected to be outside the cutline.
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