When Matt Wolff’s $1 million missed cut at the Wyndham Championship last week, the golfer was understandably stunned. The million dollar question, though, was why the PGA Tour had to go and give a 27-year-old no-name player a big check just days after he missed the cut.

Matthew Wolff entered the weekend with a chance at making the cut at the Wyndham Championship, but a pair of missed cuts in two weeks put him in danger of not making it. A little bird dropped a $1 million surprise in his bank account, so he made it. Wolff is now the lowest ranked golfer in the top 100 on the PGA tour. To make matters worse, he’ll be competing against the top 100 in the field in the third round.

Matthew Wolff just missed the cut for the first time in PGA Tour history.

Wolff awoke on Saturday morning with a $1 million surprise in his bank account after losing out on the Wyndham Championship over the weekend. So, how do you do it? Allow me to explain.

Matthew Wolff’s rollercoaster regular season comes to a close with a missed cut.

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This season, Wolff has been all over the place. He began his 2020-21 season by finishing second in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot, and he followed it up with a second-place performance at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open the following month.

The 22-year-old phenom’s excellent performance, however, did not endure. During the regular season, Wolff competed in 18 additional PGA Tour tournaments, but he didn’t finish in the top ten in any of them. He pulled out of two events after poor opening rounds, and in the year’s strangest conclusion, he was disqualified from the Masters after signing an erroneous scorecard.

Wolff has battled ailments all season, but he rediscovered some form earlier this month at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, finishing T17. He seemed to be getting some traction as the FedEx Cup playoffs approached. The Oklahoma State product, though, was unable to carry his improved form into the regular-season finale this weekend.

Wolff missed the cut by two strokes at the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club after shooting 69 and 70 in the first two rounds.

Despite this, he may have had the most enjoyable weekend of anybody in the field.

After missing the cut, Wolff awoke to a $1 million surprise in his bank account.

Matthew Wolff woke up $1 million richer on Saturday.

Matthew Wolff woke up $1 million richer on Saturday. Keyur Khamar/PGA TOUR via Getty Images Matthew Wolff grins during the final round of the 121st US Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course.

Wolff may have missed the cut at the Wyndham Championship to end his regular season, but he still had the second-largest check of anybody in the field when he departed Sedgefield.

But how?

The AON Risk Reward Challenge, for example, is a season-long competition on the PGA Tour. It takes the average of a player’s two best scores on a specified hole in designated events and awards $1 million to the player with the lowest average at the conclusion of the season.

Wolff won the 2021 championship and the $1 million prize after finishing the season with a -1.105 average on 10 AON Risk Reward Challenge holes.

It’s not bad.

“Every little bit helps,” says Wolff.

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During the regular season, Wolff earned just over $2.5 million in tournament earnings, but due to the AON Risk Reward Challenge, he made almost half of that in one night. As a newcomer to the PGA Tour, he understands that a large check may go a long way.

Wolff remarked on Friday, “It means a lot.” “Obviously, there’s a lot of money to be earned out on Tour, but I’m fresh out here, so every little bit helps. AON also hosts a fantastic year-long tournament. I’m just glad I finished it. And I’d been aware of it for a few of months, so I was a bit more anxious than normal on the AON holes, but I played them brilliantly and came out on top.” 

We may never see a more spectacular missed cut than Wolff’s just shown.

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