Masters rookie William Zalatoris bears striking resemblance to movie caddy

Masters rookie William Zalatoris bears striking resemblance to movie caddy

Cool to see how far Will Zalatoris has come given that he caddied for Happy Gilmore in the Waterbury Open. Excellent gamer in his own. pic.twitter.com/TfdTsIlBq5.
— Michael McEwan (@MMcEwanGolf) April 9, 2021.

Zalatoris stopped working to make it through Q-School on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2018. Cool to see how far Will Zalatoris has come since he caddied for Happy Gilmore in the Waterbury Open. All jokes aside, Zalatoris is becoming popular and hes within striking distance of winning his very first major heading into the weekend. Even if he falls short, another top-10 surface on one of the most significant phases in golf appears likely.

It is pretty uncanny how much Zalatoris appears like a developed version of Gilmores caddy in the fictional Waterbury Open.
All jokes aside, Zalatoris is ending up being well-known and hes within striking range of winning his first major heading into the weekend. Even if he fails, another top-10 surface on among the most significant stages in golf promises. Then hell really be on his way to becoming a family name.

Zalatoris climbed up into a tie for second by shooting -4 (68) at Augusta on Friday, and hes in Saturdays final group one shot behind solo leader Justin Rose. Birdies on the final 3 holes will give the Masters novice some momentum heading into “moving day.”.

Zalatoris stopped working to make it through Q-School on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2018. In 2019, he earned his tour card relying on Monday qualifiers and sponsor exemptions.
Golf fans noticed something about William Zalatoris.
For a great deal of people, Adam Sandlers best film is 1996s Happy Gilmore. The underdog story, the remarkable look from Bob Barker. Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) as Gilmores alligator-maimed golf coach “Chubs.” Part of Gilmores story was getting aid from unexpected locations, including a young blond-haired caddy, who undoubtedly worked inexpensively as he tried to climb the ranks.

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA – APRIL 09: Will Zalatoris of the United States reacts to his birdie putt on the 18th green during the 2nd round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 09, 2021 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images).
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As William Zalatoris went up The Masters leaderboard Friday, individuals saw how much he resembles an unforgettable film caddy.
To all but the most hardcore golf fans, William Zalatoris is an unidentified. He has been playing well, with 10 top-25 surfaces in 14 PGA Tour events this season heading into The Masters this week.