Sindelar struggles on the greens; Other notable scores
8/18/2012 (Updated 11:10:06 PM)
ENDICOTT -- By far the biggest crowd of the day wasn't around leader John Huston, but it was around Horseheads native Joey Sindelar's group.
Sindelar always has a large following at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open with a lot of family and friends in the area, but Saturday Joey struggled on the greens.
Sindelar parred 17 of the 18 holes in the second round, only birdying the Par 5 third hole.
Entering tomorrow he'll be six shots back of the leader, and while he says it could take a miracle to win Sunday, Sindelar says he'll enjoy just having the family and friends back out there in the final round.
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