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John Daly, the latest winner on the PGA Tour Champions, enjoyed himself immensely this week at the Dallas Cowboys annual golf outing.

Just days after winning for the first time since 2004, John Daly was down in Texas taking part in the annual Dallas Cowboys golf tournament on Wednesday at Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine.

Daly won the Insperity Invitational on the PGA Tour Champions Sunday, his first victory since capturing the Buick Invitational 13 years ago.

As you can see in the video below, the Cowboys tournament was a little more laidback than what Daly experienced on Sunday.

I mean, check him out: No shoes, no socks, cigarette hanging out the mouth and singing while canning putts as a buddy plays guitar right beside him:

Well down, JD. Well done.
 

May 11, 2017 - 11:03am
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Fun stuff always happens at the Annual Caddie Competition on the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass. This year was no exception.

Every Wednesday of Players Championship week, the caddies get to take their crack at the famous par-3 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.

This year's winner of the Annual Caddie Competition, which benefits the Bruce Edwards Foudation (Edwards was the longtime caddie of Tom Watson, who died after a battle with ALS), was won by Ian Finnis.

Finnis caddies for Tommy Fleetwood. His winning shot settled 6 feet, 11 inches from the hole, edging out Kevin Chappell's caddie Joe Greiner by nearly 3 feet (9 feet, 10 inches).

While those shots were great, there were two other caddies that stood out.

First was Mark Urbanek, the caddie for James Hahn. Instead of hitting the shot like his peers, Urbanek threw the ball from the tee box -- centerfielder style -- and stuck it to 20 feet.

Pretty damn impressive. Check it out:

 

@looper62 hand cannon to like 20ft on #17.

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The other caddie highlight came courtesy of Henrik Stenson's looper, Gareth Lord.

Check out what the man known as "Lordy" did when his attempt didn't go according to plan:

Lucky for Lordy -- and his boss -- Golf Channel noted the club wasn't one of Stenson's "gamers."