Rising star Matthew Wolff seals dramatic one-shot victory at 3M Open to pip Bryson DeChambeau and claim first PGA tour title aged 20
- 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.
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