John Daly is a man who wears many hats (and ridiculous pants). Most sports fans tend to identify him, first and foremost, as a professional golfer. If we’re lucky the two-time Major winner will soon add the title of pizza maven to his resume.
Daly is trying to start his own brand of personal pizza kitchens, with hopes of franchising them out at golf courses with the thought there’s only so many hot dogs a human being can consume in his or her lifetime after playing 18 holes. There’s a kiosk for John Daly Pizza at this week’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando for potential investors to sample its delicious the wares. On top of that, there’s a Twitter account and a website, so this seems like a real thing that is actually happening. It even has it’s very appetizing slogan: “Grip it and Eat it.” To quote former American Olympian Nastia Liukin, “Umm, Yum!”
And why should a savvy investor looking to dip their toes into lucrative golf course eatery game invest with John Daly Pizza? The answer is very simple according to the website:
I don’t know about about you, but I’m about ready to write out a check to “CASH” as soon as this post is wrapped up.
My biggest concern before I send off that check is authenticity. Is this pizza going to make me think I’m back at my lush villa in Tuscany or walking the streets of Brooklyn with a slice in my hand. Rest assured, Daly’s pizza recipe will hit you with bold flavors not even Guy Fieri himself knew existed:
Put me down for like 10.
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