John Daly certainly doesn’t mince words. Speaking to 790 The Zone in Atlanta, Daly began the interview talking about his relationship with Ryan Mallett, the Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback, and Jon Gruden, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach that’s become a good friend of the two-time major champion. Without being prompted, Daly brought up Tiger Woods after noting the advice he gave Mallett to come clean because it kills the media circus. Cue the Daly Drivel:
“I mean, you can look at what Tiger’s going through. It’s embarrassing. Is he embarrassed? Hell yeah he’s embarrassed. Any time we do something bad we’re embarrassed, but the way I’ve felt good about myself is I’ve always been honest. Whether I’ve done good or bad, I’ve always told the truth. And it gives the media a one-day story instead of a prolonged eight, nine months story that Tiger’s was.”
Then Daly, continued to ramble about the conversation he had with Tiger at the PGA Championship last year.
“I did last year at The PGA. And what we talked about I couldn’t even fathom kind of telling you guys because it’s a personal conversation, but it made me relieved of what Tiger was going through. Do I blame Tiger for what he did, and does he? Yes. But does he have a reason? Yes.
And that reason is something I don’t want to talk about. But I told him, ‘if you would have come out that night after the incident and told the world what was going on — not listened to your agents, not listened to anybody else, just what your heart said and thought what you just told me — this story would have ended in one day.’ And he said ‘I know, I know. I just had to listen to everybody.’ I said ‘that’s the thing you’ve got to understand Tiger, you’re the greatest player that’s ever played, you don’t have to listen to anybody, you have to listen to what your heart tells you to do.’ And he says ‘I thought about talking to the media right after it all happened, I really did, and told them the truth and told them what was going on. But I was told not to.’ So, I don’t blame him in that aspect of listening to the bad advice, which I totally think he got throughout the whole situation.”
Wait, you can’t reveal the details of your personal conversation? Okay, carry on, JD, because this is just starting to get good. You see, Tiger was a late bloomer.
“I mean, you’re looking at a guy who all the way through his college days, all there was was golf, golf, golf, golf golf. And then there was more golf. And then there was more golf. The guy never had a chance to live a life, and you know, certain things that people go through they find out they like and don’t like. And as a young man or whatever, there’s certain things you like and certain things you don’t like. He found out late what he really liked because he was never around it. He didn’t have a chance to find out what women were like and what girls were like that much until he was in his late teens, late late, almost 20. I don’t think folks realize that.”
We realize Tiger’s nickname in college was Urkel, but does that excuse him from boinking 100+ chicks? After all, he was married.
“Well you should if your wife’s good and makes love to you when you want to be made love to, and does things with you and wants to do things with you, and wants to support you, and wants to be with you in your career, wants to take the selfish side of the player. I mean, in this sport, in major sports no matter what, even a guy that runs a multi-billion dollar corporation — a woman has to understand that it’s a lot on a person’s shoulders to deal with. You can either be a part of it, supportive and keep going, and not go your materialistic ways that I’ve been through.
My exes, if you look at my life, they just quit supporting me. Plus, they didn’t want to have sex anymore. And when that happens — and I’ve always been straight up front with every one of them — I said ‘if you’re not going to give it to me, I am going to go get it somewhere else.’ And that’s just the way I’ve been whether there’s a ring on my finger or not. Is that adultery?
Maybe so, but from what I understand, when you’re married they’re supposed to give it to you.
Seriously. Daly didn’t outright say, “Elin wasn’t putting out,” but he sure did strongly imply it. So, women, you best be “giving it” to your husbands because if you’re not, then according to JD, they can go elsewhere to fulfill those needs and it doesn’t count as adultery!