ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Although it’s nearly an hour and a half by car from Oak Hill Country Club to Highmark Stadium, the home of the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills, many in the crowd at the PGA Championship have been sporting gear from the football team during the season’s second golf major.
The two cities are forever linked. Buffalo’s National Hockey League team has its minor-league affiliate in Rochester. And of course, the Bills train at St. John Fisher, a small college just a few minutes from the site of this week’s event. Crowds gathered to see Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who is a member at Oak Hill, and defensive end Von Miller when the pair made an appearance together at the course earlier in the week.
This got us thinking — would those on hand prefer to see the Bills finally get over the hump and win a Super Bowl or would they rather play Augusta National Golf Club, the home of the Masters?
Our David Dusek braved a solid downpour on Saturday to ask a number of patrons which they’d choose and the results were pretty overwhelming.
One note: no tables were damaged in the filming of this segment.
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