After two weeks of winners by four or more strokes, the PGA Tour had a tense finish to the 3M Open, where Matthew Wolff won by one stroke over Bryson DeChambeau and Collin Morikawa. Playing in just his 4th tournament as a professional, Wolff began the day tied with DeChambeauand Morikawa, and birdies at the 2nd and 5th helped him take the early advantage. A bogey on 8 brought him back into a tie for the lead, and with over 10 players within two strokes of the lead, it would take some great golf to capture the title. Matthew Wolff made birdies on 10, 14 and 15 but still need to fend off Bryson and Collin. It would all come down to the 72nd hole. DeChambeau played two brilliant shots into the par-5, and his eagle vaulted him into the solo lead as Wolff and Morikawa stood in the fairway. Both players gave themselves eagle opportunities, and when Matthew made his 35-footer, amiss from Collin meant a maiden Tour victory for the young 20-year-old.
Next week, the PGA Tour heads to the Quad Cities area for the John Deere Classic.