There are certain players that always draw a crowd at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open like Horseheads native Joey Sindelar, big names like Craig Stadler and Bernhard Langer, and then there's Fuzzy Zoeller. He's a crowd pleaser. Zoeller only plays in 11 Champions Tour events every year and says he makes a point to make sure the DSGO is on his list. Zoeller was in town early this week and stopped by Giblin's Irish Pub in Johnson City Tuesday evening to greet fans, sign autographs and take pictures while promoting his Fuzzy Vodka brand.
Come Friday you can catch him on the course at En-Joie playing, in his words, "terrible" golf.
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