Frank Urban "Fuzzy" Zoeller Jr. is an American professional golfer who has won ten PGA Tour events including two major championships. He is one of three golfers to have won the Masters Tournament in his first appearance in the event. He also won the 1984 U.S. Open, which earned him the 1985 Bob Jones Award.
|Full name:||Frank Urban Zoeller Jr.|
|Born:||November 11, 1951, New Albany, Indiana|
|Residence:||Floyds Knobs, Indiana|
|Spouse:||Diane Thornton Zoeller|
|Children:||3 daughters, 1 son|
|College:||Edison Junior College (FL), University of Houston|
|Current tour(s):||Champions Tour|
|Former tour(s):||PGA Tour|
|PGA Tour Champions:||2|
|Masters Tournament:||Won: 1979|
|U.S. Open:||Won: 1984|
|The Open Championship:||3rd: 1994|
|PGA Championship:||2nd: 1981|
|Bob Jones Award:||1985|
About Fuzzy Zoeller
PGA golfer who won the Masters in his first appearance at the event.
He went to the University of Houston.
He won two major championships and was known to heckle his opponents on the golf course.
He fathered four children with his wife, Diane.
After he made a racially charged joke about Tiger Woods, K-Mart and Dunlop pulled their endorsement deals with him.
Information related to Fuzzy Zoeller
- New Albany High School (Indiana) alumni
- Golfers from Indiana
- Houston Cougars men's golfers
- Winners of senior major golf championships
- Ryder Cup competitors for the United States
- Winners of men's major golf championships