Two-time Major champion John Daly spent a night in police custody after being found drunk outside a Hooters restaurant in North Carolina.
Police Lieutenant Tyrone Phelps revelead that Daly was held at the Forsyth County Jail early Sunday morning to sober up.
According to a local newspaper, paramedics went to a Hooters restaurant at 1am after receiving a report that Daly had passed out and found him drunk and unwilling to go to hospital.
The 42-year-old was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Butch Harmon, Daly's former coach, famously said of Daly in March that "the most important thing in his life is getting drunk".