Read the entire article HERE.
"For others, their dreams were amplified – none more so than Fischer, the 32-year-old who beat young guns Jonathan Brightwell, Andrew Kozan and Vincent Norrman by a shot thanks to his final-hole heroics.
“That may be the first time ever that I’ve made a putt to actually win,” said Fischer, who shot four rounds in the 60s, including a final-round 69, to finish at 14 under. “All day, I wasn’t making the putts I’d been making, I didn’t have good numbers, I had a lot more adversity today than the first three days, and making birdie on 18 just made this trip so good.”
Fischer’s story has been well documented this week: beating guys like Justin Thomas and Tony Finau in 2013 but losing his card in 2017 and, until now, failing to get it back; his wife, Kaitlin, working four jobs, going to school and becoming a mother earlier this year; overcoming a cracked driver and a sinus infection last month at second stage to advance by two shots.
Now, he’s ready to make good on his second chance. The closest Fischer came to getting to the PGA Tour was in 2015. He was in contention through 36 holes of the second of two Korn Ferry Tour Finals events before closing in 77-78. The next week he was third entering the final round, only to close in another 78.
Fischer’s goal entering 2022: “Just not being so uptight.”
.@ZackFisch3 arrived at the 72nd hole @LandingsClub in a four-way tie for the lead at Final Stage of Q-School.— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) November 8, 2021
He departed the hole with solo medalist honors, and a full slate of guaranteed #KornFerryTour starts in 2022! pic.twitter.com/KWaGdp1550
Fully-exempt feeling. 🏆@ZackFisch3 earns Q-School medalist honors with a birdie at the 72nd hole @LandingsClub!#KornFerryTour pic.twitter.com/WhzBybajbr— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) November 8, 2021