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Daly's ex-wife plans revealing tell-all

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Sat Mar 26, 3:12 PM UTC

Sherrie Daly, the fourth wife of former pro golfer John Daly, claims her unfaithful husband's antics would make Tiger Woods look like a saint, the New York Post reported Friday.

In her memoir, "Teed Off: My Life as a Player's Wife on the PGA Tour," Sherrie exposes the tour's temptations including the "Secret of the Sixteenth Hole" — a woman she claims offered sexual favors at Southwind golf course in Memphis, Tenn.

The Dalys were married for nine years until 2010. But the golfer had a history of alcohol abuse, gambling problems and infidelity.

"Little did I know that being a golf wife would mean fighting off strippers who think it's OK to be out on the golf course without any clothes on," Sherrie writes.

In the book, she says of Southwind: "I'd been told by many men in Memphis, including my banker, that there was a girl who'd give golfers [oral sex] when they got to the sixteenth hole . . . Apparently, all they had to do was pay $300 when they got there, and she'd take them into the bushes."

But she got fed up when Hooters sponsored her husband's tour, showed up at a Tampa course and set up a tent on the 17th hole. She writes, "There were all these Hooters girls . . . holding up these signs and screaming for John. It was just nasty."

Sherrie herself had her share of troubles — John accused her of attacking him with a steak knife in 2007, and she was locked up for five months on a money-laundering charge.

Courtesy of FOXSports.com

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