Golf Series while branding Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed Bin Salman a “great guy”.The cult hero, 56, is a two-time major champion, having won the PGA Championship in 1991 and the 1995 Open at St Andrews.
Yet Daly has not made the cut at a major since 2012 while struggling with drink, gambling and weight issues.That means he has spent most of his time playing on the PGA Tour Champions, which is aimed at players over the age of 50 who are not part of the PGA Tour.
But that has not stopped the American from testing his luck by asking LIV CEO and commissioner Norman for a place on the Saudi-backed circuit.READ MORE: Phil Mickelson among 11 LIV Golf players to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA TourHe told Piers Morgan Uncensored as per The Telegraph: “I begged Greg Norman to let me be on the LIV tour.“I play two to three pro-ams every week on the Champions tour and we don't play for a lot of money so I almost feel like: 'OK, I'm not getting a lot out of this.
What are we doing?’“Look, I'd rather play with amateurs than the pros sometimes but we've got to get compensated for that. The LIV tour is giving players that.Read more on dailystar.co.uk