Why did Matthew Wolff withdraw from the WGC?
It’s been a difficult year for the 21-year-old Wolff, who abruptly withdrew from the WGC-Workday Championship after shooting a first-round 83. No reason was given. He also withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open with a hand injury following a first-round 78. The most famous scorecard incident in golf happened at the Masters in 1968.
Who is Daniel Wolff and how old is he?
Wolff, 21, picked up his first PGA Tour victory in 2019 at the 3M Open. He would also place second in the 2020 U.S. Open and came into the Masters ranked in the top 25 in the world golf rankings. DEFENDING MASTERS CHAMP DUSTIN JOHNSON LEADS NOTABLE GOLFERS WHO MISS CUT Wolff started off strong when the new PGA Tour season started in September.
Why was Matthew Wolff disqualified from the 2021 Masters?
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Matthew Wolff has been disqualified from the 2021 Masters. As the final players in Friday’s round were finishing up, the tournament headquarters sent out a short release: "Following his second round, Matthew Wolff returned a scorecard with a hole score lower than he actually made on hole 17. He was subsequently disqualified."
Why was Wolff disqualified from a PGA Tour event?
But that’s not the score that Wolff penciled on his scorecard. According to a brief statement from the tournament Wolff “returned a scorecard with a hole score lower than he actually made on hole 17. He was subsequently disqualified under Rule 3.3b (3).”