Nothing about a John Daly hole-in-one is going to be boring, from the attire down to the colorful language used to describe it. From that standpoint, his most recent ace – caught on camera during a recent charity pro-am – doesn’t disappoint in the least.
Daly holed out Sunday on the par-3 11th hole at the Bone Frog Open, a charity pro-am at Federal Golf Club in Glen Allen, Virginia, benefitting the families of fallen Navy SEALS.
Unsurprisingly, Daly was without a hat or shoes and in colorful shorts with his shirt un-tucked. Federal Club golf professional Josh Price caught the swing on camera followed by the celebration that took place afterward among the group.
After the high-fives, Daly can be heard declaring that the shot “makes 11 of those mother–,” catching himself as he realized he was being filmed.
I witnessed @pga_johndaly make a hole-n-one today at my golf course in a charity event for fallen Navy Seals. 🏌️♂️⛳ Glad i decided to record. #johndaly #golfpro #thefederalclub #golfdigest #golfmagazine #golfchannel #thegolfchannel @golfchannel @golfdigest @golf_com
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