To do that with all the nerves and trying to get my Tour card, it's pretty special to me.
DeChambeau, who shot a career-low 62 Friday, entered Saturday's round without the same success he saw previously in the week. But Wolff, making his third ever pro start in Minneapolis, equaled DeChambeau with an eagle of his own.
Carlos Ortiz finished in a tie for fifth with Wyndham Clark at 17 under after using seven birdies, including three of the last four holes, to shoot a 64.
Wolff - in just his third start as a professional - rolled in a 30-foot eagle putt on the closing par-five at TPC Twin Cities to edge out playing partner Collin Morikawa and Bryson Dechambeau by one shot. They're the final pairing Sunday.
"My game throughout my entire life of playing golf has been staying really steady and sticking to my game plan", he said.
"It felt like with the way we were playing at least one of us was going to sink that putt", Morikawa said.
But even beyond his wild success at a young age, Wolff has also caught national attention with his signature wiggle and swing.
"I've changed forever, I guess", he said.
"I just proved to myself I can be out here".
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However, two costly forehand errors from the Brit at 5-5 in the breaker handed Strycova a hard-fought opening set. She even fired down a second serve ace as she moved 3-0 ahead with Strycova looking vulnerable in every rally.
Wolff, who made his professional debut two weeks ago by finishing 80th at the Travelers Championship and missed the cut at last week's Rocket Mortgage Classic, added stellar approach shots to help him record six straight birdies on Nos.
Make the putt she did, be it only a three footer, and the trophy was hers. "After I got that birdie on 10, I was on a roll, I was thinking maybe (59) could be a number", Wolff said.
After following two birdies with a bogey at the ninth, Wolff picked up shots at 10, 14 and 15 before his spectacular finish. The young Ouimet, who was both a former caddie and a "commoner", stunned Harry Vardon and Ted Ray of Great Britain, along with the golf world, with a 5-shot victory at Brookline Country Club in an 18-hole playoff. "It all kind of took care of itself, but it's still settling in".
Morikawa birdied five of his first seven holes, but only three the rest of the way.
"Just hit my lines, hit a lot of good shots and played to my strengths". "It's something I've dreamed about since I was a little kid".
Wolff was the star of the show and, having won so early in his professional career, things are clearly looking fantastic for the American.
Canadian Adam Hadwin was fourth at 18 under.
Roger Sloan of Merritt, B.C., (67) is in contention at 12 under.