Matthew Wolff claimed victory at the 3M Open in Minnesota for his first PGA title

  • Promising American player Matthew Wolff held his nerve well on the back nine 
  • He finished the tournament 21 under par having started the day tied for the lead 
  • Wolff rolled in a 26-foot putt to leapfrog Bryson DeChambeau for maiden win

Matthew Wolff’s eagle at the 72nd hole sealed a dramatic one-shot victory at the 3M Open in Minnesota and a maiden PGA Tour title.

The 20-year-old, the reigning NCAA champion playing in his third PGA Tour event since turning professional, trailed fellow American Bryson DeChambeau by a shot after the latter’s eagle at the par-five 18th but matched the feat to claim a round of 65 and clinch victory.

Wolff completed the back nine in 31 to finish the tournament at TPC Twin Cities on 21 under par, having started the day in a three-way tie for the lead after a third-round 62.

Matthew Wolff claimed victory at the 3M Open in Minnesota for his first PGA title
Matthew Wolff claimed victory at the 3M Open in Minnesota for his first PGA title

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