Two-time major champion John Daly suffered the worst round of his career on Friday, firing a 19-over par 90 that included an octuple-bogey 12 at the 16th hole.
Sam Lienert John Daly is keen to extend his trip to Australia by playing in next month's Australian Open at Royal Sydney.
Sam Lienert Golfer John Daly says he is unfazed by criticism of his personal life and was out to continue getting his game back together at this week's Australian Masters.
Robert Grant Wayward golfer John Daly, whose once promising career has degenerated into a sideshow, will play in the Australian Masters at Huntingdale next week.
Doha Star-studded cast promises thrilling action but offers few clues about who will win.
Los Angeles American forced to withdraw from major championship because of an elbow injury.
Greg Baum In the end, moral, sentimental and patriotic forces were overmatched by the golfing force of Phil Mickelson.
Canberra's Brendan Jones had another frustrating day at the British Open, posting a two-over 72 to be five-over for the tournament.
Adam Scott showed no signs of a British Open hangover as he and fellow Australians Geoff Ogilvy and Aaron Baddeley made impressive starts to the US PGA Championship.
Simon White Argentinean younster Emiliano Grillo - the second youngest player on the European tour - heads into the weekend with a four-shot lead but some big names chasing him.
Glenn Jackson The Hacker: James Nitties has endured a torrid year, and it has nothing to do with his caddie's chipping-green scuffle with another bag man before his first round on Thursday, or indeed any poor form...
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Scotland's Paul Lawrie stroked a fluent 65 to win the Qatar Masters for the second time with a four-shot buffer over Australian Jason Day and Swede Peter Hanson at the Doha Golf Club on Sunday.
John Daly's first-round walkout overshadowed Tiger Woods' return to the Australian Open today.
Forget the chauffeured cars and private suites enjoyed by the Australian Open high-flyers, qualifier Aaron Cox is just happy he's got a bed at a budget hotel so he doesn't have to sleep in his car.
Andrew Both Former US Open champion Geoff Ogilvy has defended John Daly in the wake of the camera-smashing incident at last month's Australian Open.
Robert Grant Wayward golf star John Daly is welcome back in Australia, despite being suspended from his home US PGA Tour.
Samantha Broun Two-time Australian Open champion Peter Lonard believes it's important to lure more spectators to golf and if that's through inviting John Daly, so be it.
James Dampney John Daly is on his way back to the United States after adding another sad chapter to his infamous career at the Australian Open.
PGA Tour of Australia officials may - or may not - have sanctioned John Daly for smashing a fan's camera into a tree.