Playing on a sponsor’s invite at the inaugural 3M Open, Matthew Wolff made the most of his opportunity, shooting a final-round 65 to claim victory at TPC Twin Cities.
The 20-year old Californian finished his final day in Minnesota with one bogey against five birdies and a final-hole eagle to reach 21-under par, one clear of Bryson DeChambeau and Collin Morikawa, who matched cards of 66.
For his maiden win, the rookie Wolff earned $1,152,000 and 500 FedExCup points, while also picking up 44 OWGR points. He will move from No. 1,659th to 135th in the world rankings.
Runners-up DeChambeau and Morikawa each earned $563,200 along with 245 FedExCup and 22 OWGR points. DeChambeau will move from No. 8 in the world rankings to No. 6, while from Morikawa, who is also a rookie, jumps to No. 213 (from 623).
Final Scores, Money & Points: 3M Open
TPC Twin Cities | Blaine, MN | July 4-7, 2019
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