WATCH: LIV Golf's Matthew Wolff pulls off INSANE cart path shot in pouring rain

Matthew Wolff made an insane shot from the cart path in the pouring rain Friday during the first round of LIV Golf's Singapore event.

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Fri, 28 Apr 2023
WATCH: LIV Golf's Matthew Wolff pulls off INSANE cart path shot in pouring rain

Matthew Wolff pulled off an incredible shot from the cart path in miserable conditions during the first round of the LIV Golf Singapore event. 

Wolff first turned professional in June 2019 and quickly made a name for himself on the PGA Tour, winning just a month later at the 3M Open in just his fourth professional start. 

A few years later, he joined Greg Norman's LIV Golf ahead of its second event, which was held in Portland.

He finished eighth in his LIV Golf debut. He played in all of the league's events for the rest of the season, ultimately finishing sixth on the individual season-long points leaderboard. 

Wolff was a member of the Hy Flyers GC in 2022, but is now a member of Smash GC in 2023.

So far this season, in four events, Wolff has finished inside the top 15 on three occasions. Though, last week in Adelaide, he finished 44th in the 48-player league. 

This week, the Saudi-backed series is on Sentosa Island for its LIV Golf Singapore event that began on Friday. 

Wolff, while playing one of the holes on the Serapong at Sentosa Golf Club, found himself in a tricky position during round one.

The 24-year-old's ball settled on the cart path during miserable rainy conditions that later saw the round briefly suspended. 

Miraculously, however, Wolff managed to pull off a contender for shot of the tournament already as he made perfect impact with his ball on the concrete and it sailed directly beneath the trees, through the rain, and landed safely on the green. 

Unfortunately the magic from the cart path wouldn't be enough to salvage Wolff's round, as he finished Friday with a 2-over par 73. When play concluded for the day, he was nine shots back of leader Talor Gooch in a tie for 42nd. 

His new team, Smash GC, faired much better, and was tied for third after 18 holes. 

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