John Daly at Augusta - but doesn't look happy!

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JOHN DALY | THE MASTERS

Two-time major champion John Daly is at Augusta National this week – just a shame he doesn’t look best pleased about it.


‘Long John’ met with 2005 US Open champion Michael Campbell, who was playing the Par 3 Contest with European Tour duo Soren Kjeldsen and Rafa Cabrera-Bello after receiving an honorary invite.

But when it came taking the picture, Daly wasn't even looking at the camera!

Hanging with @pga_johndaly and @sheeo_golf_ at the 2016 US Masters

A photo posted by Michael (@mcampbellgolf) on




Daly hasn’t played at The Masters since 2006 but does have a best finish of T3 at Augusta National in 1993, where he shot a final round 69 to shoot up the leaderboard but still finish six shots behind comfortable winner Bernhard Langer.

In total, the big-hitting American played 13 times at Augusta National, but struggled with his 1993 showing the only top ten he made.

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