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Teed Off : My Life As A Player's Wife On The PGA Tour (2011)
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Call Number MEMOIRS/796/DALY,S

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Published: New York : Gallery Books, c2011
Description:  viii, 210 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781451610123, 1451610122, 1451610122 :,
Language:  English


The author, the former wife of PGA tour superstar John Daly, takes a swing at the controversial man they call "Wild Thing" in this jaw-dropping memoir about what really goes on behind the scenes of professional golf. Golf's wholesome reputation is not what it used to be, thanks to Tiger Woods. But Woods's bad boy scorecard doesn't even compare to that of the sport's original player: John Daly. She should know. She was married to him for nine years. It is no secret that John, one of the PGA tour's most popular stars, is known for his erratic behavior and on the edge lifestyle as much as for his powerful, grip it and rip it style on the green. But the never ending carousel of free flowing cash, booze, and women seduces many of the sport's big time swingers. In this book, she takes readers into the clubhouse to expose the seedy side of the gentleman's game. She dishes on John's out of control antics throughout their marriage, many of which she helped cover up to protect his career, and his self destructive addictions to whiskey, sex, and gambling, which led him to lose one of his biggest purses ever, nearly one million dollars, in an hour. She writes candidly about the physical and emotional abuse she endured and why she continued to play the role of golf wife despite the trashed hotel rooms, wrecked homes, and demolished cars. Then she turns the tables on herself, sharing the truth behind her catfights with his girlfriends, her legal troubles, and especially the night John alleged she attacked him with a steak knife. Behind the polite clapping, collared shirts, and hushed voices, golf is just like any other professional sport, with groupies, party crazed athletes, and blatant infidelity. After years in the exclusive players' wives club, the author rips the game's well groomed facade to shreds

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