I think it’s safe to say that John Daly is a karaoke legend at this point.
Forget the fact that he’s a two-time major champion on the PGA Tour, as well as the fact that he used to be able to drink 35-40 beers in a day, and then start on the liquor the night before he was playing in a golf tournament. Also, the fact that he’s a belly flop champion and Hooters fanatic.
The epic list just goes on and on.
But if you happen to be in a bar and John Daly walks in, there’s one thing for certain…
The guy is gonna be belting some notes on the karaoke machine.
We saw him hammered in an Austin, Texas bar, singing Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” in front of hundreds. Then we saw him singing Alabama’s “Dixieland Delight” in front of thousands of college students in Oxford, Ohio.
And we can’t forget that the guy has two country albums to his name as well, including his 2022 Whiskey & Water album, which features Willie Nelson.
With that being said, Daly recently was seen alongside former MLB player (and current Savannah Bananas’ player?) Johnny Damon, singing his heart out to Garth Brooks’ “Friends In Low Places.”
And the best part?
The guy is ripping a cig the whole time he’s singing too.
The event was for Damon’s Celebrity Golf Classic at the Reunion Resort Club in Kissimmee, Florida.
As you can imagine, ol’ John was having himself a time and a half.
Just see for yourself: