With his golf cart, smokes, and McDonald’s, John Daly has become a sideshow at Bethpage. Golf is a slow game played in quick bursts but there were two rare moments of drawn-out drama as John Daly played the 17th hole on Thursday. It was the kind of extended uncertainty you get when an elite NBA scorer dribbles contemplating an isolation move at the top of the key. The first moment came when Daly’s bunker shot went to the ledge of the top tier of the green, waffled, and then slowly chose to come...
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