Zac and his caddie, dad (of course), teed it up against a field of over 100 PGA Golf Professionals and 35 amateurs on Saturday and Sunday at TPC Myrtle Beach. Zac was by far the youngest in the field at 15 years old. His stellar play on Saturday (74) had him 32nd in the field and gave him the afternoon draw for the second day tee time. Sunday’s weather took a turn for the worse around noon giving the morning wave a huge advantage with playing conditions. When Zac teed off he temperatures had dropped dramatically, winds were gusting up to 35 miles an hour with sideways rain making shot judgement and scoring very difficult. Although frustrated with his second day score, Zac was encouraged with his Saturday play and looking forward to getting another shot at taking on the pros.

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  1. Jeff

    Could not be more proud!

    Great job, Zac…love you

  2. Uncle John

    Wow ! Zac that’s a really impressive initial outing against pros. Stay focused. You’re doing great!
    Uncle John

  3. Jo Davis NANA

    How brave of you to be playing against pros and some of the top rated amateurs that have age and experience on their side. Great job especially first day. I am sure if weather on second day had been a wee bit more cooperative (25 mph and pouring rain and cold I am told) made the challenges even greater. Very proud of your composure, maturity, sportsmanship, and gameplay you exhibited
    throughout the tournament. Good job and keep up the good work ❤️

  4. Godma

    Zac, so delighted to see your growth. About that day 2-one of the greatest gifts the weather and golf combine to offer is humility.

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