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American professional golfer

Born: April 14, 1999 (age 21 years), Simi Valley, California, United States

Height: 1.83 m

Nationality: American

Residence: Jupiter, Florida, United States

Education: Oklahoma State University, Westlake High School

TV shows: TaylorMade Driving Relief

Celebrated Name Matthew Wolff

Age 21 Years

Nick Name Matthew

Birth Name Matthew Wolff

Birth Date 1999-04-14

Gender Male

Profession Golfer

Nationality American

Birth Nation USA

Place Of Birth Simi Valley, California

Ethnicity American-White

Race White

Home Town Agoura Hills

Father Bill Wolff

Mother Shari Wolff

High School Westlake High School

University Oklahoma State University

Horoscope Aries

Religion Christian

Marital Status Unmarried

Girlfriend Kim Lloyd

Source of Wealth Golf Career

Height 1.83 m or 6 ft

Weight 75 Kg

Eye Color Brown

Hair Color Dark Brown

Body Build/Type Athletic

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Matthew Wolff turned professional golfer in June 2018.

He made his PGA Tour debut at the 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open after receiving a sponsor’s exemption.

He was also the part of the Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity.

He is dating his beautiful girlfriend, Kim Lloyd.

Wolff was born in Simi Valley, California to Bill and Shari Wolff.

He grew up in Agoura Hills, California, started playing junior golf at the Lake Lindero Country Club’s Lindero Kids Summer Sports Camp and attended Westlake High School.

He finished runner-up at the 2017 U.S. Junior Amateur Golf Championship.

After initially committing to play college golf for the University of Southern California, Wolff withdrew his commitment to attend Oklahoma State.

In his first year, he earned four runners-up, first-team All-American honors, and the Phil Mickelson Award as the nation’s top freshman. He also made the putt to clinch the 2018 NCAA Division I Championship for Oklahoma State.

While attending Oklahoma State University, Wolff was also a part of the Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity.

Wolff began his sophomore season with back-to-back stroke play titles at the Carmel Cup and the OFCC Fighting Illini Invitational, which he followed up by sharing medalist honors at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate.

The three consecutive wins brought Wolff to the top of the college rankings.

He made his PGA Tour debut at the 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open after receiving a sponsor’s exemption.

In addition to his results, Wolff’s unorthodox golf swing has drawn attention.

To get more rotation, he employs a left leg kick that he picked up from playing baseball, and uses the ground to create power.

Wolff turned professional in June 2019 and made his professional debut at the Travelers Championship.[10][11]

On July 7, 2019, Wolff earned his first PGA Tour victory at the 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota, where he returned a six-under par 65 in the final round to edge out Collin Morikawa and Bryson DeChambeau by one stroke at 21-under par overall.

The tournament went to the final green, as DeChambeau, playing one group ahead of Morikawa and Wolff, made an eagle on the par-5 18th hole to leapfrog them both and take a 1-stroke lead.

Wolff then hit his approach onto the edge of the green, 26 feet from the hole; he made the putt for eagle to retake the lead, and when Morikawa failed to make his putt to tie, the victory belonged to Wolff.

The victory gave Wolff a two-year PGA Tour exemption, in addition to $1.152 million in prize money.

Wolff was the first player since Billy Hurley III in 2016 to win after receiving a sponsor exemption.

He was also only the third player to win an NCAA title and PGA Tour event in the same calendar year, joining Tiger Woods and Ben Crenshaw.

In August 2020, Wolff finished in a tie for fourth place at the PGA Championship, his first major championship appearance, after a final-round 65 (five-under par).

Six weeks later, in September, he led the U.S. Open at Winged Foot by two strokes heading into the final day after returning a third-round score of 65 (five-under par), the joint lowest round of the tournament.

A final round of 75 (five-over par) saw him finish as runner-up, six strokes behind winner Bryson DeChambeau.

His second top-five finish from his first two major championships earned him $1,350,000.