In wake of Tiger's DUI, John Daly offers Woods some advice

In wake of Tiger’s DUI, John Daly offers Woods some advice

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - JULY 13: John Daly and Tiger Woods pose for a photo prior to the past champions dinner before the 139th Open Championship on the Old Course, St Andrews on July 13, 2010 in St Andrews, Scotland. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

There’s at least one other pro golfer whose support Tiger Woods can continue to count on: John Daly. 

In a brief interview with TMZ Sports, Daly expressed sympathy for Woods in the wake of his arrest for DUI earlier this week. “Tiger probably didn’t think he was feeling that bad. I feel bad for the guy. He’s gone through all these surgeries. I’m not saying because he’s an athlete he should get away with it,” he said.

Daly’s advice to the beleaguered Woods?

“Get back on the golf course, man,” he said. “This stuff will pass. It always does.”

Daly knows what it feels like to be in Woods’s position. His own unflattering mug shot was released to the public in 2008 after police found the golfer passed out at a Hooters restaurant and took him into protective custody.