By the Golf Writers Association of America, that the PGA Tour suspend John Daly after the golfer made public the phone number of a Florida Times-Union reporter on his Twitter feed last week. Daly's beef with the Times-Union dates to 2005, when he tried suing the paper for libel. That case was thrown out of court—but not before Daly's 456-page PGA Tour disciplinary file was made public record during the proceedings. On March 2 the Times-Union referenced parts of that report, noting that from 1991 to 2008 Daly had been ordered seven times to undergo counseling or alcohol rehab, that he had been suspended five times and that he had been cited 21 times for "failure to give best efforts." That evening Daly posted on his Twitter feed the cellphone number of writer Garry Smits, whom Daly called a "jerk," imploring his fans to "call & flood his line" and "tell him how we feel." Daly later removed the number, but not before Smits had received more than 100 phone calls.