The 2018 PGA Championship came to a conclusion on Sunday and even though Phil Mickelson may be out of the tournament, John Daly will still compete in his first ever major. The professional golfer is not just there for fun either; he’s also competing for charity with a $10 million prize pool that includes donations from Tiger Woods and other athletes.

The “did phil mickelson make the cut this weekend” is a question that has been on everyone’s minds. Phil Mickelson had an awful start to his round, but John Daly just reminded us in a John Daly-like way that he’ll be at the PGA Championship.

Phil Mickelson and John Daly have the distinction of being two of golf’s most unlikely major winners. When Daly won the PGA Championship, he was a nobody, and when Mickelson won this spring, he was considered too old and washed up.

They’ve also grabbed headlines for the wrong reasons on a few occasions. So, hours after Mickelson’s withdrawal from the PGA Championship made news on Friday, Daly’s symbolic answer was obvious: “Hold my drink.”

John Daly was disqualified from the first major of the 2022 seniors circuit.

On May 13, 2022, John Daly plays the 17th hole at Greystone Golf and Country Club during the second round of the PGA Tour Champions Regions Tradition. | Tracy Wilcox/PGA Tour via Getty Images

On May 13, 2022, John Daly plays the 17th hole at Greystone Golf and Country Club during the second round of the PGA Tour Champions Regions Tradition. | Tracy Wilcox/PGA Tour via Getty Images On May 13, 2022, John Daly plays the 17th hole at Greystone Golf and Country Club during the second round of the PGA Tour Champions Regions Tradition. | Tracy Wilcox/PGA Tour via Getty Images

Although veteran golfer John Daly was unlikely to win the Regions Tradition in Birmingham, Alabama, he was playing his best golf of the season. He tied for 16th after shooting 68-72 in the 72-hole competition, the first major on the PGA Tour Champions calendar.

Daly started Friday’s round on the 10th tee and shot a 3-under-par 33 on the back nine. At No. 2, he recorded his fourth birdie of the day, and he was still 4-under after 15 holes. Daly, though, did what all too many people do: he self-destructed.

He made a double bogey on the par-3 seventh hole and then four-putted on the par-4 ninth. According to tournament organizers, he then performed a Daly-like maneuver by not signing his scorecard.

That will get a competitor disqualified at any level, and that’s what happened at Greystone Golf & Country Club.

John Daly has confirmed his participation in the PGA Championship.

In 1991, John Daly burst into the golf scene by winning the PGA Championship by three shots over a last-minute alternate, Bruce Lietzke. He went on to win four more times on the PGA Tour, including a playoff triumph against Costantino Rocca in the 1995 British Open, but his last victory came in 2004. In 2017, he won his only PGA Champions Tour event.

Since March 2015, Daly has missed 20 of 21 cuts on the PGA Tour, and he hasn’t been much of a force on the Tour Champions circuit either. He has not finished higher than 27th in any of his six races this season.

Still, he’s entered in the PGA Championship at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma, next weekend. Daly hasn’t made the cut since 2012, and it’s the only major he plays anymore.

Daly may be bailing out of the Champions Tour tournament two days early in order to go to Oklahoma early and get some more practice.

The former PGA Champion has a track record of giving up.

On the no. 3 tee: John Daily is passing the phone around so Charles Barkley and the rest of the group can say hi to “Daddy Trump” pic.twitter.com/lTSjZjED2o

— Taylor Kauffman (@_TaylorKauffman) May 11, 2022

Though this is the first time John Daly has received a DQ in a Tour Champions event, he has a long history of abandoning events after a bad round. That includes the 1993 Kapalua International, when he walked off the course after his third double-bogey of the day. It sparked a PGA Tour ban, as well as a similar act a month earlier at the Southern Open, which lost him a spot in the Skins Game.

After shooting a 74 and breaking a club at the St. Jude Classic in 1998, he did the unsigned scorecard act. Four years later, in Australia, he responded to a triple-bogey seven by tossing his putter into a pond and refusing to sign his card once again.

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