For Matthew Wolff and Viktor Hovland, their new lives began this week at the Travelers Championship.
Pillars of Oklahoma State’s dynamic men’s golf program, Wolff and Hovland are making their professional debuts this week, officially establishing golf as their profession.
By inviting the two former Cowboys along with former University of California golfer Collin Morikawa and former Southern Cal standout Justin Suh, both of whom have a handful of professional starts on their résumés, the Travelers Championship is continuing its legacy of giving rising stars a starting point in their new careers.
For Wolff and Hovland, making their professional debuts at TPC River Highlands provides a bit of symmetry to careers that blossomed in Stillwater, Okla., with both players expected to become fixtures on the PGA Tour.
This has, after all, been their long-term goal.
“It's been a dream come true to turn professional. It’s something that I worked really hard on. I’m sure we all have. Going to Oklahoma State was the best decision of m...
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