The Clubhouse’s 20 For 2015: No. 18 Zach Johnson

Throughout the month of December, The Clubhouse will count down the 20 players to watch during the 2015 PGA Tour season. From upstart young players to veterans hoping to maintain their elite statuses, there’s no shortage of storylines across the game of golf heading into the new year.  


Zach Johnson didn’t blow anyone away with his 2014 season, but posting one win, five top-10 finishes, and only two missed cuts is a solid showing for the 11-time winner on the PGA Tour. His victory came early in the season at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, which he followed up with back-to-back top-10’s, but Johnson wasn’t able to get it back in the winner’s circle.

The 2015 season could be different, however. 

A T-8 showing at the Hero World Challenge gives Johnson a good base to work off of heading into the season and could be a guy to watch for 2015. 

To see The Clubhouse’s John Maginnes and Jeff Rude take on Johnson’s game and explain why he’s their No. 18 player to watch in 2015, watch the video below:

Related Link: Zach Johnson Makes An Ace, Celebrates With Everyone

More From The Clubhouse’s 20 For 2015 Countdown:
– No. 20 Patrick Reed
No. 19 Keegan Bradley

Former PGA Tour pro John Maginnes, longtime Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude, and extreme sports champion Will Christien co-host Back9Network’s nightly talk show, The Clubhouse. The playful banter of Maginnes, Rude and Christien will echo the conversations one would hear at the 19th hole. The trio’s no-holds-barred discussions will cover the latest happenings both on and off the course, as they incorporate questions and guidance from viewers at home, celebrities and the game’s professionals.

Making a stop at The Clubhouse gives golf lovers across the country a perfect way to end the day, weeknights at 10 p.m. Eastern.

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