Here's the top-15 Green Zone (75-125 yards) performers on Tour. Green Zone has the lowest correlation to success on Tour, mainly due to a lack of frequency of shots per round as well as the lower deviation in performance. For example, by the end of the season the typical worst performer from the Green Zone is still hitting their shots to roughly 28 feet to the hole. That is still good enough to find a green and likely 2-putt (88% odds). And the best performer from the Green Zone will likely end up around 16-feet to the cup which has 78% chance of 2-putting.
Green Zone success is important for shorter hitters who cannot reach par-5's in two as well as long hitters who struggle with precision off the tee (punching out to this distance to hope and save par).