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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Matthew Wolff
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Wolff waited all of three professional starts to notch a win at last year's 3M Open. After that we saw a lot of inconsistent play, but at the end of the 2019-20 campaign he really started to heat up. Wolff's length will always be a big weapon, but he looked more dialed in with his irons down the stretch. His short game may always be an issue because of his unique takeaway on the full swing, but his upside is still tremendous.
After winning the 3M Open this past July, Wolff not only gained immediate membership to the PGA Tour, but he also earned a spot in the FedEx playoffs. He failed to make it past the first weekend, but that's about the only time he failed last season. Wolff was a highly-touted mid season call-up, if you will, as he turned pro midway through the season, but he along with a few other guys that turned pro in the middle of the season, did not play like rookies. Wolff's win also turned his money earned last season into official earnings, which is important for those in salary cap leagues as he now has a "number" and that number makes him a very appealing option.
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Ties for 39th at 3M Open
Wolff carded a two-over 73 on Sunday at the 3M Open to finish five-under and tied for 39th.
Headed back to TPC Twin Cities
Withdraws from The Open
Top-15 in valiant return
Wolff closed with a three-over 74 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish one-over and tied for 15th.