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Will Zalatoris wins first title in playoff
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August 15, 2022
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Will Zalatoris carded a final-round 66 after finishing with a 10-foot par putt at the 18th to reach 15-under and set up a playoff against Austrian Sepp Straka.

Both parred the first two extra holes and the outcome was uncertain when the American's tee shot hit the rocks and bounced at the par-3 11th. Fortunately for him Straka's found the water.

Zalatoris took a penalty drop and holed a 7-foot bogey putt to win.

"I thought there was no chance that ball was covering the water. When it landed and I saw it bounce a few times and heard the crowd cheer, I knew I got a pretty fortunate break, but I really, I couldn't get the club on the ball. Considering where Sepp was and he had four feet for 5, there's no reason for me to try that shot and make it bank right into the grass and go back in the water and all of a sudden I've lost the golf tournament.

"We went back to the drop zone and obviously it paid off. Like I said, it's one of those I guess you could say it's a fortunate break that it stayed up, but obviously I had to earn it after what happened."

Winning was especially sweet as Zalatoris had lost in two previous playoff this year, at the Farmers Insurance Open and the PGA Championship. He had also missed a 15-foot putt at the US Open that would have led to a playoff.

He is the second player to win his first PGA Tour title in a FedEx Cup Playoffs event following Camilo Villegas at the 2008 BMW Championship and he moves up to the number 1 spot in the FedEx Cup standings.

"It's kind of hard to say "about time" when it's your second year on Tour, but about time.

"Obviously this week was kind of a grind considering the start that I had. I love this golf course, I played well here last year. Considering all the close finishes that I've had this year, to finally pull it off, it means a lot."

Straka's second place ensures his spot at the Tour Championship.

Americans Lucas Glover (66) and Brian Harman (67) tied for third at 12-under while compatriots Collin Morikawa (67), Tony Finau (68), Andrew Putnam (68) and Trey Mullinax (70) finished fifth at 11-under alongside Australian Adam Scott (66), Spaniard Jon Rahm (66) and Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick (68).

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1R2R3R4Total
1Will Zalatoris-1571636566265
2Sepp Straka-1564666867265
T3Lucas Glover-1265686966268
T3Brian Harman-1266666967268
T5Adam Scott-1166677066269
T5Jon Rahm-1167696766269
T5Collin Morikawa-1167696667269
T5Tony Finau-1164686968269
T5Matt Fitzpatrick-1168666768269
T5Andrew Putnam-1166686768269
T5Trey Mullinax-1166676670269
12Sungjae Im-1070686369270
T13Lee Hodges-965697265271
T13Justin Thomas-967677166271
T13Cam Davis-967716766271
T13Sahith Theegala-963706969271
T13Joohyung Kim-966706669271
T13Joaquin Niemann-971666569271
T13Cameron Smith-967656970271
T20J.T. Poston-864726868272
T20Viktor Hovland-867706768272
T20Kevin Kisner-869647069272
T20Denny McCarthy-866657170272
T20K.H. Lee-864696970272
T20Dylan Frittelli-866706670272
T20Ryan Palmer-865676971272
T20Sam Burns-865696771272
T28Corey Conners-767716768273
T28Wyndham Clark-767676772273
T28Troy Merritt-765657073273
T31Maverick McNealy-667677565274
T31Cameron Young-667717066274
T31Aaron Wise-666717067274
T31Taylor Moore-667706968274
T31Emiliano Grillo-667667269274
T31Michael Thompson-665707069274
T31Tyrrell Hatton-665706970274
T31Davis Riley-669676870274
T31Keith Mitchell-668696770274
T31Adam Schenk-671666671274
T31Tyler Duncan-670636774274
T42Si Woo Kim-562737268275
T42Mito Pereira-567716869275
T42Max Homa-566696971275
T42J.J. Spaun-562676878275
T46Mackenzie Hughes-467707168276
T46Sebastián Muñoz-468687169276
T46Shane Lowry-468687169276
T46Stephan Jaeger-471676969276
T46David Lipsky-467706970276
T51Gary Woodland-369697366277
T51Aaron Rai-369686971277
T51Robert Streb-367706971277
T51Sam Ryder-368667172277
T51Chez Reavie-367716772277
T51Adam Svensson-366716773277
T57Beau Hossler-268697269278
T57Xander Schauffele-268687369278
T57Patrick Cantlay-267687172278
T57Martin Laird-266716873278
T61Greyson Sigg-170687269279
T61James Hahn-165697273279
T61Hayden Buckley-169676578279
T64Marc Leishman169697568281
T64Christiaan Bezuidenhout169667670281
T64Rickie Fowler165717273281
67Brendon Todd269687075282
68Taylor Pendrith366707473283
69Adam Hadwin969677677289
CUTTom Hoge-17366139
CUTBilly Horschel-16871139
CUTRory McIlroy-17069139
CUTPatton Kizzire-16970139
CUTMatthew NeSmith-16970139
CUTKurt Kitayama-17069139
CUTRussell Henley-16871139
CUTKeegan Bradley-16871139
CUTScottie Scheffler-17168139
CUTJason Day-16574139
CUTRussell KnoxPar7070140
CUTScott StallingsPar7169140
CUTLuke ListPar7169140
CUTChesson HadleyPar7268140
CUTAnirban LahiriPar7169140
CUTAlex SmalleyPar7169140
CUTJhonattan VegasPar6773140
CUTKevin Streelman17071141
CUTPatrick Rodgers17071141
CUTBrendan Steele17170141
CUTKramer Hickok17269141
CUTMatthias Schwab16873141
CUTMax McGreevy16972141
CUTNick Watney16972141
CUTNick Taylor17467141
CUTDoug Ghim17368141
CUTPeter Malnati27171142
CUTJoel Dahmen26973142
CUTMatt Kuchar27171142
CUTRyan Brehm27171142
CUTChad Ramey37469143
CUTHarold Varner III36974143
CUTBrandon Wu36974143
CUTLucas Herbert37370143
CUTCameron Tringale37271143
CUTCallum Tarren37271143
CUTWebb Simpson37172143
CUTMark Hubbard47173144
CUTSeamus Power47173144
CUTC.T. Pan47371144
CUTDanny Lee47272144
CUTKevin Tway46975144
CUTChris Kirk47272144
CUTJordan Spieth47074144
CUTAdam Long57570145
CUTVince Whaley57273145
CUTJustin Rose67175146
CUTStewart Cink97277149
W/DJohn Huh7340113
W/DAlex Noren732093
W/DScott Piercy7440114
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FedEx St. Jude Championship 2022

Date: August 11th - 14th 2022

Location: TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee

Purse: $15,000,000

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