You never know where John Daly might turn up, but if there’s free beer for a year to be won, you can guarantee he’ll be interested. That’s precisely what was on the line earlier this week in the Czech Republic ahead of the European Tour’s Czech Masters and naturally JD was there to try his hand.
— John Daly (@PGA_JohnDaly) August 16, 2016
The contest called for competitors to hit off of the Charles Bridge in Prague towards a floating green that housed a keg on the Vltava River with the allure of a year’s supply of beer on the line. Of course, Daly took a couple swipes with his patented cigarette lit. What a stud.
Unfortunately for Long John, he was bested by Andy Sullivan in the closest to the keg competition. Fortunately for John, his relationship with Miller Lite and his own liquor drink have us confident he won’t be needing additional libations.
So @AndySulliGolf won today’s Prague challenge.
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) August 16, 2016