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By Ed Carpenter | August 31, 2013
For my latest blog for The Baltimore Sun, I thought it might be fun to interview my favorite celebrity, golfer Fuzzy Zoeller. As you know if you've seen my car, Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka is my primary sponsor, but Fuzzy is more than just the name behind the incredible spirit that powers our team. He's also a family friend, an Indiana boy and one of the greatest golfers who ever lived. So, without further ado, here's my Q&A with my sponsor: Me: Why did you choose my team?
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By Ed Carpenter | August 31, 2013
For my latest blog for The Baltimore Sun, I thought it might be fun to interview my favorite celebrity, golfer Fuzzy Zoeller. As you know if you've seen my car, Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka is my primary sponsor, but Fuzzy is more than just the name behind the incredible spirit that powers our team. He's also a family friend, an Indiana boy and one of the greatest golfers who ever lived. So, without further ado, here's my Q&A with my sponsor: Me: Why did you choose my team?
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By Theo Lippman Jr | May 25, 1997
I AM FUZZY ZOELLER.I tell ethnic, racial and gender-based jokes. Also jokes based on stereotyping people by physical and mental characteristics. I've even got a book. Lots of "little moron" jokes. Even jokes about paraplegics. It's an old book. Times have changed a little. But not completely. I tell fewer such jokes now than I used to, but I still tell them. More often, I listen to others tell them.You are Fuzzy Zoeller.Probably. Admit it. Most of the people I know - and I don't mean just old white males - tell such jokes at least once in a while.
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By SPORTSTICKER | January 26, 2002
PERTH, Australia - Colin Montgomerie fears he could be out of golf for months rather than weeks after his back problem acted up again in the second round of the Johnnie Walker Classic. Montgomerie, who was the European PGA Tour's Volvo Order of Merit player every year from 1994 to 2000, withdrew on the 12th hole yesterday and immediately made plans to see a London specialist. "I don't think I will be back for a long time," said Montgomerie, 38. Montgomerie was scratched from the English Open last June when the problem first flared up. Intensive treatment enabled him to play the U.S. Open the following week, but the injury resurfaced at the end of the season.
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By SPORTSTICKER | January 26, 2002
PERTH, Australia - Colin Montgomerie fears he could be out of golf for months rather than weeks after his back problem acted up again in the second round of the Johnnie Walker Classic. Montgomerie, who was the European PGA Tour's Volvo Order of Merit player every year from 1994 to 2000, withdrew on the 12th hole yesterday and immediately made plans to see a London specialist. "I don't think I will be back for a long time," said Montgomerie, 38. Montgomerie was scratched from the English Open last June when the problem first flared up. Intensive treatment enabled him to play the U.S. Open the following week, but the injury resurfaced at the end of the season.
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By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | August 8, 1996
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Steve Jones stopped presses when he won the U.S. Open. Even Tom Lehman was a 40-to-1 pick with English bookmakers when he won the British Open. But nothing should be too surprising at this week's PGA Championship.Golf's deepest field and an unknown course make anything seem possible at Valhalla Golf Club. Ernie Els, Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson rate among the favorites in the PGA Tour's fourth major, but Louisville fans should not rule out anyone from John Adams to Fuzzy Zoeller when the $2 million event begins today.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | April 10, 1993
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Until yesterday, the highlight of Jeff Maggert's week at his first Masters came Wednesday, when he joined a threesome of Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Raymond Floyd in the middle of a practice round."
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By Larry Dorman and Larry Dorman,Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | July 16, 1993
SANDWICH, England -- A funny thing happened on the way to the hardest British Open ever. It rained. Royal St. George's got soft. And with the soft conditions came the fiercest first-round onslaught anyone can remember in the 122-year history of the tournament.A working title for opening day at the Open: Soggy Sandwich Very Edible.They ate Royal St. George's alive. Devoured it. Big names -- Greg Norman, Mark Calcavecchia, Fuzzy Zoeller -- and Peter Senior led the assault. Coming on like the Saxons came ashore here around the year 600, the foursome of Norman, Calcavecchia, Zoeller and Senior pillaged St. George's for 66s that were startling, even given the conditions.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1996
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The second round of the Masters was not kind to the 40-something Americans.Ben Crenshaw improved three strokes to 74, but his 7-over total was well off the cut of 2-over, and he became the first defending champion since Sandy Lyle in 1989 to fail to qualify for the weekend. There is the matter of a green jacket ceremony, however, to see to tomorrow."I was frustrated," Crenshaw said. "I'm going to stay right here and be an innocent bystander."Tom Watson shot even-par yesterday, but it wasn't enough to make up for his opening-round 75. His 3-over total missed the cut by a stroke, ending his record string of cuts made at 21. Sam Snead completed 24 straight Masters, but only the last seven came after the institution of the 36-hole cut.Curtis Strange (4-over)
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Sun staff | May 24, 1997
"Let me say clearly that I am sorry for my offensive remarks. Or perhaps I should say, for the remarks that were construed as offensive in the context in which they were presented. That is, as offensive statements made by me. I am sorry if the remarks were not taken in the spirit in which they were made, which was certainly not really malicious as references to certain people's personal hygiene go."That part of the entire statement was misunderstood and I apologize for that. In so far as it was taken as a statement about an entire group, I apologize for that also.
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By Theo Lippman Jr | May 25, 1997
I AM FUZZY ZOELLER.I tell ethnic, racial and gender-based jokes. Also jokes based on stereotyping people by physical and mental characteristics. I've even got a book. Lots of "little moron" jokes. Even jokes about paraplegics. It's an old book. Times have changed a little. But not completely. I tell fewer such jokes now than I used to, but I still tell them. More often, I listen to others tell them.You are Fuzzy Zoeller.Probably. Admit it. Most of the people I know - and I don't mean just old white males - tell such jokes at least once in a while.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Sun staff | May 24, 1997
"Let me say clearly that I am sorry for my offensive remarks. Or perhaps I should say, for the remarks that were construed as offensive in the context in which they were presented. That is, as offensive statements made by me. I am sorry if the remarks were not taken in the spirit in which they were made, which was certainly not really malicious as references to certain people's personal hygiene go."That part of the entire statement was misunderstood and I apologize for that. In so far as it was taken as a statement about an entire group, I apologize for that also.
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By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | August 8, 1996
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Steve Jones stopped presses when he won the U.S. Open. Even Tom Lehman was a 40-to-1 pick with English bookmakers when he won the British Open. But nothing should be too surprising at this week's PGA Championship.Golf's deepest field and an unknown course make anything seem possible at Valhalla Golf Club. Ernie Els, Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson rate among the favorites in the PGA Tour's fourth major, but Louisville fans should not rule out anyone from John Adams to Fuzzy Zoeller when the $2 million event begins today.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1996
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- The second round of the Masters was not kind to the 40-something Americans.Ben Crenshaw improved three strokes to 74, but his 7-over total was well off the cut of 2-over, and he became the first defending champion since Sandy Lyle in 1989 to fail to qualify for the weekend. There is the matter of a green jacket ceremony, however, to see to tomorrow."I was frustrated," Crenshaw said. "I'm going to stay right here and be an innocent bystander."Tom Watson shot even-par yesterday, but it wasn't enough to make up for his opening-round 75. His 3-over total missed the cut by a stroke, ending his record string of cuts made at 21. Sam Snead completed 24 straight Masters, but only the last seven came after the institution of the 36-hole cut.Curtis Strange (4-over)
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By Larry Dorman and Larry Dorman,Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | July 16, 1993
SANDWICH, England -- A funny thing happened on the way to the hardest British Open ever. It rained. Royal St. George's got soft. And with the soft conditions came the fiercest first-round onslaught anyone can remember in the 122-year history of the tournament.A working title for opening day at the Open: Soggy Sandwich Very Edible.They ate Royal St. George's alive. Devoured it. Big names -- Greg Norman, Mark Calcavecchia, Fuzzy Zoeller -- and Peter Senior led the assault. Coming on like the Saxons came ashore here around the year 600, the foursome of Norman, Calcavecchia, Zoeller and Senior pillaged St. George's for 66s that were startling, even given the conditions.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | April 10, 1993
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Until yesterday, the highlight of Jeff Maggert's week at his first Masters came Wednesday, when he joined a threesome of Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Raymond Floyd in the middle of a practice round."
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By Photos by Kenneth K. Lam and Photos by Kenneth K. Lam,Sun photographer | October 8, 2007
Thousands of golf fans watched as more than 70 players, including Tom Watson, Fuzzy Zoeller, Tom Kite and Curtis Strange competed in the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship at the Baltimore Country Club. It was the first major professional event to be held at the Timonium course since the 1988 U.S. Women's Open. As part of an agreement with the PGA Tour, it will be an annual event through 2011.
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April 11, 1991
What: 55th Masters championship, today through Sunday.Site: Augusta National Golf Club.Yardage: 6,905.Par: 36-3672.Format: 72 holes (18 daily) stroke play.Playoff (if necessary): Sudden death.Probable starting field: 88 -- 66 American pros, 3 American amateurs, 17 foreign pros, 2 foreign amateurs.Defending champion: Nick Faldo.Former champions in field: Tommy Aaron, George Archer, Seve Ballesteros, Gay Brewer, Billy Casper, Charles Coody, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo, Ray Floyd, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, Larry Mize, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Craig Stadler, Tom Watson, Fuzzy Zoeller.
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