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  • A Florida judge has ruled that you are legally allowed to call John Daly a "scoundrel" and a "thug" in your newspaper.

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  • For the past two decades, the name "John Daly" has been synonymous in golf circles with the kind of lifestyle better suited to country music than the soft piano tones you hear on every golf telecast.

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  •  The proximately to many prestigious Golf Course Greens such as John Daly's Thundering Waters.

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  • And he did it for Jennifer and me because he believed in our event, not because John Daly was some big famous golfer.

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  • Thank you to John Daly for the good times, giving me the opportunity to see the world, and my beautiful son.

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  • OK, John Daly is a beer-swilling oik, but there's a fine line between evil and stupid, and Daly staggers across it in a cloud of king-size smoke, in much the same manner as Paul Gascoigne did.

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  • It was like he could act as nasty as he wanted to, and nobody said anything about it because he was John Daly.

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  • It was just very inappropriate behavior for a married man, even if that married man was John Daly.

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  • I mean, I really could have cared less about meeting John Daly.

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  • But when I married professional golfer John Daly in 2001 and started traveling with him on the PGA circuit, I decided I should try to make the best of it, even if it meant dressing all preppy and acting like a golf wife.

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