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Will Zalatoris has two second-place finishes at majors this year, but a tough month led the previous one PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Caddy to part ways with Ryan Goble.
The goblet was in the bag for Zalatoris The Wyndham Championship begins Over the weekend, but by Saturday, coach Josh Gregory took over.
“This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make in my golf career,” Zalatoris said Sunday Via Golf Digest. “Ryan’s a brother for life. We had kind of a rough month together and it started to affect our relationship. I know guys say that when they break up, but it was true.”
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“We’re guys who like to have dinner together and hang out,” he continued. “What was going on on the course started to bleed off the course and that’s not what you want. He’s an incredible friend, I love him to death and I told him to do what’s best for me.”
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Zalatoris finished tied for 21st at Sedgefield Country Club but hopes to do well with new caddy Joel Stock when he heads to Memphis for the first round this week. FedEx Cup Playoffs.
“It’s time for a change,” Gregory said via USA Today. “And honestly, it’s better for both of them. Change is coming anyway, and it’s time to rip off the Band-Aid.”
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Zalatoris is currently ranked 14th in the world. Last month, he finished in the top 20 at the Rockets Mortgage Classic, tied for 28th at the British Open and failed to make the cut at the Scottish Open.