WE're sort of wandering, but it is not unusual for a fast compound to stack pins so close together at 10 yd increments that things get complicated.
Peetza's advice of a one pin zero is sound. I do something similar, but a more close range affair, sort of a "hot 15" to use his nomenclature. My average kill shot over the years is 14 yds. I zero at 15, hold a bit high past 20, and avoid shots over 25 like the plague.
Congrats on shooting tight groups after a lay off. Spot and stalk white-tails.........I would never tag one.