John Daly was disqualified from the Greater Hartford Open for signing an incorrect scorecard after the final round of the tournament, the PGA said Monday.

The card for Sunday's final round, which was kept by his playing partner, Clark Dennis, read that Daly had a 3 at No. 5, when he actually had a bogey 4, said Leslie Sinadinos, communications assistant for the PGA."Clark wrote down the wrong score, but it's still John's responsibility to check the card before he signs it," she said.

Daly signed for a 5-over-par 75 and a 278 total that was worth $11,520 for a tie for 22nd. He left before tournament officials could figure out what happened.

"They tracked him down late last night and discovered he knew his score had been a 4, but didn't realize it was wrong on the card," Sinadinos said. "So he's disqualified and the money list has to be reconfigured."

The tournament was won by David Frost.

Daly, who won the BellSouth Classic in Atlanta in May after spending time in an alcohol rehabilitation program and serving a 12-week suspension for failing to complete a round in a tournament in Hawaii, has had a number of scorecard-related problems.

He failed to sign cards after an 81 in the second round of the 1992 Australian Masters and a 77 in the final round of the 1993 Kemper Open, and signed an incorrect card after an 87 in the second round of the 1991 World Championship in Jamaica.