Glad to see it looks like John is getting his shit together. Guy is looking pretty good.
at least it's not just us?
When you say "pretty good" does that include his pants. It probably doesn't include his pants. It really couldn't include his pants. His pants don't look good.
Those pants rule.
that is all.
he's got 'em. More than that, no way you wear those pants if you're a fat slob. He had to lose the weight. Can you imagine Charlie Tuna in those pants?
Not only does he have 'em, but apparently he can swing a golf club with 'em.
i was wondering if anyone else noticed where he was resting his club...
Last year, he wore pink pants during the final round of the BMW in support of Amy Mickelson's fight against cancer. They looked really sharp with his white shirt.
Those pants in the first picture are fantastic. Just fantastic.
Not a huge fan of the red shirt to go with them, but wow, I'm mesmerized by the pants.
I like Daly. I always have. I like that he's honest, human, sadly a little tortured, and true to himself. He's great for the game, and fun for the fans.
That said, where do you where pants like that. If not as a joke, or to be the quirky alcoholic on the PGA TOUR.
I don't think I know a single person between the ages of 18 and 70 who could wear those pants as anything other than a joke.
Yeah, when you're over 70, you can wear whatever the hell you want. I guess that is one of the few perks of being that age.
But for those of us under 70, really the only place you could wear them is on the golf course. That's one of the great things about golf, the more ridiculous the pants, the better.
In my opinion, the fact that you could only wear the pants in very specific social settings makes them all the more awesome.
I would wear those pants every single day if I owned them.
Courtesy of The Bray.
I negged you for the "where/wear" thing. I hate that. It makes me get all Kenyon Martin face twitch-ey.
+1 for you negging me for my mistake. That is unacceptable, and I appreciate your reprimand, for it will only make me stronger.
gee whiz, what the hell was that about!?! I'll teach me a lesson.
I can't hear you...your pants are too loud.
from "pudgey" to "ripped"...and now he is back to "pudgey".
Booze and Coke...and Diet Coke apparently.
After some google stalking I found he had the band surgery. In addition with the state of Tiger Woods, John is still not golfs biggest loser of 2009.
+1 for you.
John does look good. And I like how his shirt matches
the pants. He might even gain a few yards on his drives,
not having to turn that spare tire. When John writes
his book, "My favorite 18 holes", it might actually be
And I like how his shirt matches the pants.
Well, that's a bit subjective. True, his red shirt does match the red in his pants. But, IMHE, it doesn't look very good. A teal or yellow shirt would have worked much better.
But those pants break all the rules.
I don't think that there's a single shade in the entire world that could pull that outfit together. +1000 for Daly, I love it.
could make it work
I figured this would be a post about Daly getting a divorce or firing a really skinny caddy. Guess I'm jaded.
Something about seeing John drinking a Diet Coke just feels wrong, but by the look of those sweet pants he's just traded one vice for another. Pimpin' apparently is easy, Mr. Daly.
Only a man that drops a country album with a song titled "All My Exes Wear Rolexes" can make pimpin look easy.
I read Reilly's "Who's Your Caddy" where he did stints on the bag for different folks and JD was one of them. Even then, 10 years ago or so, JD's diet coke drinking was legendary. Guy could pound one every hole during a round and not think twice about it.
I see what you mean, maybe magenta or salmon would
be even nicer. How could you match anything to those
I don't know... I kind of like the pants. Plus, this pattern is available from the same place:
These, in my opinion, would be pretty sweet tailgating pants.
Golf is a sport that BEGS for goofy pants. Pleated khakis are so passe.
just to get away from those pants. It's a brilliant strategy by Mr. Daly.
You could smear a pizza, a pint of grape juice, a wet burrito, and eggplant parmesan all over those things and nobody would notice.
In addition to the band surgery, Mr Daly had his John Thomas replaced with a sand wedge.
I figured it must have been quite the deuce