John Daly Hits Ball out of Guy’s Mouth

By Adam Fonseca
Monday September 30th, 2013 10:25 am EDT

THIS IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. THIS IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. THIS IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. 

Oh. Well, that wasn’t so bad I suppose.

You can’t blame me for being nervous about John Daly hitting a golf ball off some poor schmuck’s mouth, especially after watching the viral video of a similar stunt gone badly a couple weeks ago.

The bigger question here is two-fold: Why is John Daly hitting golf balls off a dude’s face, and where did that golf ball end up? They’re in a packed parking lot, for crying out loud.

This just proves that Nashville is a place with weird ways to spend your evening. And yes, I would try it. But that’s not the point.

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