Will Zalatoris was born on August 16, 1996, in San Francisco, California.
Will is the only child born to Richard and Catherine Zalatoris. His father was a pilot, and his mother worked at home.
His mom was a track-and-field athlete at the University of Oregon.
Favorite memory off the course was being at Game 5 of the 2010 World Series and witnessing the San Francisco Giants winning the title.
2014 US Junior Amateur champion.
Favorite place to visit is his place of birth, San Francisco.
His grandfather was a U.S. military pilot for more than 30 years, and his father and uncles were also pilots. Says he would love to learn to fly.
Zalatoris claimed the title in 2016, when he defeated Davis Riley in the final match. He had first played that championship four years earlier, when he was just 12 years old.
Favorite sports teams are the Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants and Dallas Cowboys.
2017 First-Team All-American, 2017 Walker Cup Team Member and 2017 ACC Player of the Year.
Zalatoris turned professional in 2018 but failed to make it past First Stage of the Korn Ferry Tour Q School.
With no status in 2019, Zalatoris relied on Monday qualifying and sponsor exemptions to play in Korn Ferry Tour events.
He secured membership for the remainder of the season on July 7 after a tie for third at the LECOM Health Challenge, and finished the regular season 60th in points, earning full status for the 2020 season.
Zalatoris' first professional victory came in July 2020, when he won the TPC Colorado Championship by one stroke.
Being a sports person, Zalatoris has to stay fit and fine all the time, became it is pretty important for his professional, his height is 6 feet 2 inches or 1.88 meters and his weight is 165 lbs or 75 kg. He follows regular exercise and a healthy diet.