Wolff won his first PGA Tour event just one month after turning professional and has been a serious contender for Majors on more than one occasion since.
Things have gone Wolff's way so far, from getting that first win early in his career to reaching his season peak in 2020 just in time to be a contender for the Majors.
Where it all started
Turning pro and the taste for Major honours
He missed the cut the following week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic despite carding a second-round 68 to recover from a 3-over 75 on the opening day.
He had to wait over a year after turning professional to play in his first Major though, with the 2020 season severely disrupted by COVID-19. His first Major was the PGA Championship, which was held in August. Here, he was part of a seven-way final round tie in the race to lift the Wanamaker Trophy, but ended up finishing three strokes behind the winner, Morikawa. His top-four finish was enough to secure him a place in the 2021 Masters field though.
At the rescheduled US Open six weeks later, Wolff held a two-stroke lead going into the final round, having been the form player of the first three days. His final day would let him down though as he carded a 5-over 75. This saw him finish second, six strokes behind winner DeChambeau.