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John Daly Is Coming To Seattle
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We are excited to confirm that two-time major champion and fan favorite John Daly has committed to play the Boeing Classic.
Daly is eligible to compete in PGA TOUR Champions events after turning 50 on April 28. Known for his spirited look on life, exuberant clothing choices and 300-yard tee shots, he has made a splash in the golf world since his career began.  Daly tallied five wins during his PGA TOUR career, earning "Comeback Player of the Year" honors in 2004 after a victory at the Farmers Insurance Open.
With two major championships under his belt (1991 PGA Championship, 1995 British Open) Daly said of his newfound PGA TOUR Champions career, "It is a new chapter and learning and all. Some of the golf courses, I probably played before. Some are going to be kind of new to me, so it's going to be kind of a year of testing the waters and finding places that I'm best at shooting my game and stuff. Like I said, I'm looking forward to it and seeing some of my old buddies out there."
In three starts this year on PGA TOUR Champions, Daly has recorded two top-20 finishes, including a season-best T15 at the Regions Tradition.
"The Pacific Northwest is thrilled to welcome Mr. Daly to his first Boeing Classic this August," said Michelle DeLancy, Executive Director of the Boeing Classic. "He, along with the other PGA TOUR Champions professionals, such as Mark O'Meara, Bernhard Langer, and defending Champion, Billy Andrade, reflect the incredible caliber of players that come battle it out year after year."  
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