What do you do with clubs named after you? Ask Fuzzy Zoeller.
When you help design a set of clubs, and put your initials on them, you’d better play them.
And more importantly, you’d better win.
Just ask Fuzzy Zoeller.
On February 24, Fuzzy used his brand spankin’ new PowerBilt FZ1 driver and irons to overmatch his competitors and take home six skins and $320,000 in the Champions Skins Game in Kaanapali, Hawaii. He shared the victory with his partner, Peter Jacobson.
Zoeller’s long, straight drives kept the Zoeller-Jacobsen team in the thick of the competition as the FZ1 driver he designed with PowerBilt’s R&D team consistently launched his ball past everyone else’s.
“I have loved the PowerBilt FZ1 driver from the first time I hit it, and not because it’s named for me,” Zoeller laughed. “It’s long and accurate. What more can you ask from your driver?”
Keep an eye on WorldGolf.com for an upcoming review of the FZ1 line. We’ll let you know if the ballyhooed driver works as well for the Average Joe as it does for a past Masters champ.
Fuzzy with his new FZ1 driver.
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