Golf fans are all too familiar just how vomit-inducing it is watching PGA Tour pro Will Zalatoris stand over a short one.
This clip just might be the craziest we have seen yet.
If you didn't know, 26-year-old Zalatoris is highly thought of and touted for superstardom.
He was consistently in the mix at the majors in 2022. Had it not been for the brilliance of Justin Thomas we'd be calling Zalatoris a major champion.
Zalatoris finally captured that elusive win at the FedEx St. Jude Championship last August.
Memorably, he drained a 10 foot putt at the 72nd hole in Memphis to get into a playoff with Sepp Straka and yelled: "What are they gonna say now!?"
Of course, that was a message to his critics. Although Zalatoris is an incredible ball striker, there's just something about the short putts.
It's just...incredible. We really are struggling to think of ways to describe this. That club path is all over the shop!
https://t.co/m6q1AyWiro pic.twitter.com/CN9PvwPfGg— Eric Patterson (@EPatGolf) January 26, 2023
Zalatoris missed the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open, shooting 1-over in California.
What was remarkable was that he actually gained strokes on the field in putting when this footage was captured.
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Injury struggles for Zalatoris...
Zalatoris was forced to withdraw during the third round of the BMW Championship last August with a back injury.
He later confirmed he suffered two herniated discs which kept him out of action for four months.
Zalatoris became a married man in his time away. He got hitched to Caitlin Sellers last December.
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