John Daly Credits Donald Trump for Having 'One of the Greatest Days' after Teeing off with the President
On Monday, John Daly, who has five PGA Tour titles to his name, shared a rare image on his Twitter page.
The 53-year-old golfer shared a photo which captured him with the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, and it was apparent he was bedazzled!.
The photo was taken at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey. It showed Daly and Trump pose with a wide smile as they stood behind a golf cart.
The golfer donned a blue shirt and flag-designed short while Trump spotted a red face cap, white shirt, black trousers and a white pair of trainers.
The President had his signature thumbs-up pose in the photo. Daly shared the post alongside an adorning caption which read:
“I’m proud to be an AMERICAN, especially w/this man leading our country!”
I’m proud to be an AMERICAN, especially w/this man leading our country! One of the greatest days of my life! Thx you for a great day #potus #dad ....you are the best! @realDonaldTrump— John Daly (@PGA_JohnDaly) August 13, 2019
💯🚂🇺🇸🚂🇺🇸#americafirst #peoplefirst #greatest #leader #of #our #country #proud #American #MAGA pic.twitter.com/u7hu9vkcUF
“One of the greatest days of my life! Thx you for a great day #potus #dad ….you are the best! @realDonald trump”
and followed it up with a list of hashtags:
“#americafirst #peoplefirst #greatest #leader #of #our #country #proud #American #MAGA”
Daly has always been outspoken of his affection for Donald Trump and defended him when protests were planned in one of his golf courses in 2017.
WHO IS JOHN DALY?
Full name John Patrick Daly, the 53-year-old is a native of Carmichael, California, USA. He earned his golfing acclamation after a stunning performance at the PGA Championship competition in 1991.
The tournament is often regarded as what changed his status from “zero to hero” after he pulled off a surprising win.
He subsequently rose among the ranks, winning several other international competitions. In1997, Daly became the first PGA Tour player to have more than 300 yards per drive on average for a whole season.
He kept up the feat from 1999 to 2008 and he has a long list of accolades to his name.
He has three children and has been married four times between 1987 and 2007.