10 New Faces of the PGA Tour

10 New Faces of the PGA Tour
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A 26-foot-eagle putt gave Matthew Wolff a clutch victory in the 3M Open in July. Wolff is only 20, and one of the new faces to watch on the PGA Tour.
You know Tiger, Phil, Rory and Brooks. But who are tomorrow’s golf stars?
The finish to the 3M Open in early July couldn’t have been a more revealing look at the way young players are taking their place on today’s PGA Tour. Matthew Wolff, all of 20, and Collin Morikawa, a ripe old 22, were both fresh out of college and playing on sponsor exemptions at the 3M. They had competed against each other for years, now they were in the last group on Sunday vying for the title. Each golfer smashed drives of 300-yards-plus on the final par 5, a 531-yard hole defended by water at the TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota. They followed that by lofting 5-irons toward the green, giving each of them a shot at an eagle. Wolff, calm, cool and collected, …
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