By Keith Russell

by Keith Russell

McKINNEY, Texas – As a rising star on the PGA Tour, Will Zalatoris is well aware of the high expectations.

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Finishing second in this year’s Masters, he now tees off in the AT&T Byron Nelson (being held for the first time at TPC Craig Ranch).

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Playing in the pro-am with course developer David Craig and former McKinney Mayor Brian Loughmiller, Zalatoris attracted a crowd.

Even with a field that in includes three time major champion Jordan Spieth, and reigning U.S. Open champ Bryson DeChambeau, Zalatoris is generation the most buzz this week.

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From Plano, and having attend Trinity Christian Academy, Zalatoris would love to bring his first PGA Tour win home this week… in front of family in friends.