The perks keep rolling in from Matthew Wolff's dramatic victory at the inaugural 3M Open.
The 20-year-old PGA Tour rookie vaulted 1,524 spots to No. 135 in the official world rankings on Monday. That's the cherry on top of a full two-year exemption on the Tour, spots in this year's FedEx Cup Playoffs and next year's Masters and a cool $1.152 million winner's check.
Wolff entered last week playing on his third sponsors exemption since turning pro. After a T-80 and a missed cut in his first two events, Wolff rolled in an eagle putt from the fringe on the 72nd hole to beat Bryson DeChambeau and fellow rookie Collin Morikawa for his first Tour win.
Morikawa also earned a special temporary exemption with his T-2, along with rising from No. 631 to 213 in the world rankings. The 24-year-old former Cal-Berkeley star was ranked 1,039 after a T-14 at the RBC Canadian Open last month.
Spain's Jon Rahm returned to the top 10 following his final-round 62 to win the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open on Sunday. He leapt past Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele to reach No. 8.
The top five spots remained unchanged, with Brooks Koepka remaining No. 1, followed by Dustin Johnson, Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy, England's Justin Rose and Tiger Woods. DeChambeau vaulted one spot, past Italy's Francesco Molinari.
After Schauffele at No. 11, U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland, FedEx Cup leader Matt Kuchar, Rickie Fowler and England's Paul Casey round out the Top 15.
Former No. 1 Jordan Spieth, who has taken time off since missing the cut at the Travelers Championship, fell another four spots to No. 36, his lowest ranking since 2013.
Wolff became the youngest winner on Tour since Spieth won the 2013 John Deere Classic at 19 years, 11 months and 17 days old.
Spieth is not in this week's field at the John Deere, and will return to competition at The Open in Northern Ireland next week. He told JDC tournament director Clair Peterson last week that he's dealing with an undisclosed injury that he's "nursing," according to the Quad-City Times.
--Field Level Media