Renowned as one of the game’s big hitters, Wolff ranked second in driving distance in LIV Golf’s inaugural season with a 323.5-yard average. He made LIV Golf history by hitting the first hole-in-one at the LIV Golf Invitational Boston in September 2022. Wolff won his first pro tournament in only his third start after turning pro in 2019 and achieved a career-best No.12 world ranking just over a year later. He has already spent more than 90 weeks as a top 50 player and recorded top-five finishes at two majors in 2020 - the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open, where he was runner-up.
Won his first professional event in July 2019, less than one month after turning pro.
Winner of the 2019 NCAA Division I individual golf championship while playing for Oklahoma State.
Won the Haskins Award in 2019 for most outstanding collegiate golfer.
Reached a career-best No. 12 in the world in October 2020.
Has spent 90 weeks of his career as a top 50 player.
Posted top 5 finishes in two majors in 2020 – the PGA Championship (T-4) and the U.S. Open (2).
Shot a third-round 65 to take the 54-hole lead at the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot before finishing runner-up to Bryson DeChambeau.
One of golf’s longest hitters, with a driving distance average of nearly 320 yards in 2022.
STARTS AND FINISHES
Best finish: MC (2020, 2022)
Top 10s: 0
Cuts made: 0
Best finish: 4th (2020)
Top 10s: 1
Cuts made: 1
Best finish: 2nd (2020)
Top 10s: 1
Cuts made: 2