Sindelar: "En-Joie has been very, very good to me"
8/13/2014 (Updated 10:56:51 PM)
Some players do not perform well at their hometown tournaments due to the pressure from the fans, the constant attention from the media, and the requests for tickets from friends and family. But for Horseheads native Joey Sindelar, he doesn't let that get to him.
While the results may not have shown in the standings in the last few years, that can be attributed to injuries rather than the pressure. The former B.C. Open champ says he loves returning to En-Joie because both the people organizing the tournament and the fans always treat him so well. He also says that the course itself always seems to welcome him.
Sindelar added that the new swing he's been using has allowed him to play better golf, and more importantly, pain-free golf.
Sindelar begins Friday's round at 12:32 with Morris Patalsky and Jose Coceras.
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