Just Like Arnold Palmer, John Daly Has a Drink Named After Him, But There’s a Catch

John Daly, the 56-year-old American professional golfer, is loved for his country club looks more than his golfing skills . Just like Arnold Palmer, Daly has recently launched his drink. What is different about Daly’s drink? Let’s dig deeper to learn more about it.

John Daly launches his drink

Daly evolved himself into a businessman towards the latter part of his career. And one of the latest additions to his business is his new drink. The drink goes by his name—John Daly, which is a mix of tea, lemonade, and vodka. John Daly’s Grip it and sip it.

what different than palmer's drink?

Arnold Palmer’s drink is a mix of iced tea and lemonade. But the one launched by John Daly contains vodka or sweet tea vodka. That’s what makes all the difference. Daly planned to launch his drinks in 2012 but rebranded and launched them in 2017.

how many flavours are launched?

Daly has launched two drinks. One has tea, lemonade, and vodka, and the other one is a combination of just vodka and tea. Daly wrote, “My official drink is finally here!! …Lemme know how you like ’em. They’re better than good! ”

John Daly’s business with Loudmouth

Daly once revealed in an interview about working with Loudmouth and how Larry Jackson offered him to wear “some crazy Loudmouth stuff”. Daly also said that after he made his entry into the brand and started promoting it, it “went skyrocket”. He further said that Loudmouth turned from an $800,000 company to a $3 million company in just one year.

daly loves to work with Loudmouth

Daly explained how much he loves to work for the company. Even Daly’s son, John Daly II, has worn pants from the same brand to many events. The father-son duo also claimed victory in the 2021 PNC Championship by wearing Loudmouth pants.

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