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Will Zalatoris has one last goal to achieve for 2021: winning.

Will Zalatoris has one last goal to achieve for 2021: winning.

Will Zalatoris is a goal setter. And not just any goals but big, lofty, ambitious goals.

“My goal for really this past year was to try to win three times on the Korn Ferry to get myself to the PGA Tour. Obviously, I got to the PGA Tour a different route,” said Zalatoris, who earned a special temporary membership before graduating to the big leagues by finishing in the top 25 on the Korn Ferry Tour money list en route to earning PGA Tour rookie of the year honors. “Most of the time I don’t really reach my goals in the timeline that I’d like just because I set them so high, but it was nice to actually beat one for the first time really in my career.”

Finally a full-fledged PGA Tour member, Zalatoris threatened to claim his first PGA Tour victory at each of his first two starts of the new season before settling for a T-11 finish at the Fortinet Championship and a T-14 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. (He missed the cut at his most recent start at the Shriners Children’s Open.)

Zalatoris, who enters the week ranked No. 31 in the world, made the trip to Chiba, Japan for this week’s Zozo Championship, which was contested at Sherwood Country Club in California due to…

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