John Daly has withdrawn from the British Open three days after being instructed he can’t trip in a cart.
The R&A introduced Tuesday that Daly, who gained the Open at St. Andrews in 1995, has withdrawn due to a medical situation. He was changed at Royal Portrush by Kevin Streelman.
Daly cited the Individuals with Disabilities Act in requesting — and receiving — a cart for the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black. Daly says he has osteoarthritis in his proper knee and that makes it troublesome to stroll.
The R&A mentioned it denied his request as a result of it considers strolling to be an integral a part of the championship.