Tiger Woods is a choirboy compared to fellow golfer Daly
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A US court has published golfer John Daly's shocking list of offences, which include rule-breaking, boozing, brawling, bad-mouthing and belly-baring, and Tiger Woods looks like a choirboy in comparison.
The staggering 456-page PGA Tour dossier charting golf's most chequered career became public record because of a court order to hand it over to a publishing firm Daly tried unsuccessfully to sue in 2005.
It emerges the two-time Major winner has been fined more than 65,000 pounds and been handed seven orders to get treatment for alcohol problems.
His biggest fine was 20,000 pounds for hitting balls over the heads of fans in a grandstand during an exhibition in 1993 - just two years after rocketing to fame by winning the USPGA title.
He also: Trashed a hotel room during the 1997 Players" Championship.
Was ordered to pay 7,000 pounds after being taken to jail to sober up - suspended from the Tour for six months and told to receive treatment.
Fought with fellow player Jeff Roth during the 1994 World Series of Golf, which cost him 13,000 pounds and a ban until the end of the season.
Daly, 43, who claims to have gambled away 35 million pounds and contemplated suicide, remains one of the sport's most colourful characters.