There are certain traditions about Masters week that simply can’t be beat.
From the Wednesday par 3 tournament, to the $1.50 pimento cheese sandwiches, and the all around history that surrounds Augusta National Golf Club is second to none.
However, there’s another Masters tradition that is undeniably legendary in itself…
And it’s PGA Tour legend John Daly kicking it at Hooters all week long during the best week of golf.
Since 1997, the two-time major championship winner has kept a close relationship with the restaurant chain, and since he didn’t get an invitation to this year’s tournament, he decided to kick it in Augusta the best way he knows how.
Daly posed with a number of the Hooters girls after his week long bender at the restaurant, with others showing off their autographs from the 55-year-old.
As much as I hate to say it, Daly hasn’t played in the Masters since 2006, and with the current state of his golf game, I don’t see him going back anytime soon.
However, the man is gonna have a good time regardless.
Speaking of Daly, he recently released his second country album Whiskey & Water, which features Willie Nelson on the title-track.
Trust me, it’s worth the listen.