Fuzzy Zoeller. The name says it all. A legendary golfer, known for his charismatic character, Frank Urban Zoeller, "Fuzzy", is known around the world for his success, as well as his outgoing personality. Fuzzy has won ten times on the PGA Tour, including the 1979 Masters and 1984 U S Open. In addition, he has also won the 1985 and 1986 Skins Game, enhancing the exposure of the competition and increasing the television audience as a result.
After joining the Champions Tour, Fuzzy won the 2002 Senior PGA Championship as well as the 2002 Senior Slam Championship. Continuing with his winning ways, Fuzzy proceeded to win the 2003 Tylenol Shoot Out, the 2004 MasterCard Championship, as well as the 2007 Senior Skins with partner Peter Jacobsen. He continues to play on the Champions Tour and can often be heard whistling down the fairway.
In addition to his golf victories, Fuzzy has also received several awards for his sportsmanship and charity. He received the Bobby Jones Award in 1985, joining the ranks of Francis Ouimet, Babe Zaharias, Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Jack Nicklaus. Fuzzy also received the Dave Marr award in 2010 as a result of his constant commitment to bettering the game of golf.
Fuzzy’s commitment to golf goes beyond simply playing the game. He is also well known for his golf course design. Through his career, Fuzzy has designed nineteen course, of which 3 host PGA Tour events. Fuzzy also owns two golf courses located in Southern Indiana, Covered Bridge Golf Club and Champions Pointe Golf Club. Fuzzy has also made countless special appearances and attended numerous corporate golf events.
Fuzzy is happily married to his wife Diane and has four children and 2 grandchildren. He is an avid hunter and fisherman. Fuzzy also strongly supports charities through his Fuzzy’s Charities for Kids. His annual Wolf Challenge has raised nearly $2,000,000 for charity over the past fourteen years. For more information about Fuzzy, please visit www.fuz.com. Drop Fuzzy a note at email@example.com.