Add Matthew Wolff to the list of PGA Tour defectors. Winner and PGA Tour sign up for a vacation trip and plans to compete in next week's circuit event in Portland can confirm.

which have been rumored for weeks. Wolf will be unveiled on Monday, after securing 40th place in the Traveller Championship.

The move marks three years of uncontrollable Wolff, 23, who has been one of the most exciting prospects of leaving college in recent years.

His season of winning six sophomores at Oklahoma State has included the 2019 NCAA tournament. When he became a pro,

 he won his third Tour start, the 2019 3M Open, where he knocked out Collin Morikawa in a qualifier. Even one of the youngest players on the Tour,

Wolf continued to roll over in 2020, finishing in the top 5 at his first two appearances, being the first to achieve that since 1881. He was a 54-hole leader in 2020.

The U.S. Open before it was finally defeated by Bryson DeChambeau. A few weeks later, after finishing another race in Las Vegas, Wolff's national level reached No. 12.

But there have been a few highlights over the past year and a half. In early 2021, Wolff took time off from Tour to deal with his mental health, and at the US Open,