John Daly's upcoming film looks AWESOME

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JOHN DALY

A documentary about the life of John Daly is to air in just over two weeks’ time – and the trailer for it looks superb.


Aptly entitled ‘Hit it Hard’, the 50-minute film has been produced by ESPN as part of its '30 for 30' series, which looks at a variety of people, teams and scandals in sports.

In Daly’s case, where do you start? The two-time major winner, now 50, shot to fame after winning the 1991 US PGA Championship at Crooked Stick – where he started the week as eighth reserve – while he also added an Open Championship title at St Andrews in 1995.

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As well as these high points of his career, the documentary also delves into the deep lows of his rollercoaster career, with various discrepancies off the course – including his battles with alcoholism, gambling and numerous brushes with the law.

Long one of golf's most polarising figures, this is sure to make for a compelling film.

Watch the trailer below:




John Daly 'Hit it Hard' ESPN documentary


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