The Masters is finally here, which means it's time for John Daly to get back to work.
Every year, the 47-year-old golfer has made it a tradition to stop by a Hooters in Augusta. He takes his RV with him and sets up shop in the parking lot, according to The Florida Times-Union's Garry Smits:
Adding cachet is John Daly's annual appearance in the parking lot. Long John parks his RV near the Hooters entrance, sets out a few tables and starts selling hats, t-shirts, club-head covers, mugs, coozies, logo ball and anything else with his name or logo on it. Hooters customers are JD's natural [constituency]. If there was ever a guy in his element, this is it.
Daly not only sells gear while he is there, but he also signs autographs and poses for photos with fans. For those who want to stop by, the golfer plans on being available:
There is no better way to celebrate Masters week than to hang out with a professional golfer.
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