Will Zalatoris still has to win a PGA Tour event to make FedEx Cup

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It may be hard to fathom but Will Zalatoris is not yet a full member of the PGA Tour.  Had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent change in the PGA Tour schedule and its qualification process, he would be.  More:Hideki Matsuyama accepts, however reluctantly, the hero […]

It may be hard to fathom but Will Zalatoris is not yet a full member of the PGA Tour. 

Had it not been for the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent change in the PGA Tour schedule and its qualification process, he would be. 

More:Hideki Matsuyama accepts, however reluctantly, the hero status that will come with a major

More:Curtis Strange has high praise for fellow Wake Forest player Will Zalatoris

Here’s what the 24-year-old Wake Forest graduate and Masters runner-up has accomplished in the past year and why it still hasn’t been good enough to get his PGA Tour card:

Zalatoris, who was 60th on the 2019 Korn Ferry points list, began the 2020 season by tying for fourth in the Bahamas. He never let up, finishing among the top-10 in seven of his first 10 events — including a tie for sixth at the TPC Sawgrass Dye’s Valley and a tie for third at the King & Bear in June, the first two tournaments after the resumption of the professional golf season. 

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