Matthew Wolff shot a final-round 66 at the Travelers Championship and his five-footer for par on the 18th hole at TPC River Highlands may have been his last on the PGA Tour.

According to multiple reports, and first reported by The Telegraph, the 23-year-old tour winner will be making the jump to LIV Golf and is expected to join the 48-man field next Thursday in the series’ second event at Pumpkin Ridge outside Portland in Oregon. Wolff’s signing had been rumoured for weeks and it’s set to be announced tonight, Australian time.

Wolff’s short PGA Tour career has had plenty of ups and downs. He won an individual NCAA Championship in 2019 as a sophomore at Oklahoma State then jumped out onto the PGA Tour and won this third event, the 3M Open. He topped Collin Morikawa there on the 72nd hole. In 2020 he tied for fourth place at the PGA Championship and finished second at the US Open at Winged Foot. His highest position in the Official World Golf Ranking was 12th after a second-place tie at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open later that year.

The past two years, however, have been more of a struggle. In early 2021, Wolff took a hiatus from the tour to deal with his mental health. This year he’s missed seven cuts, his best finish on the PGA Tour is a tie for 25th at the Wells Fargo Championship and he tied for 40th at the Travelers Championship. Oddly enough, his most recent top-10 finish is a tie for sixth place at the PIF Saudi International back in early February. He’s now ranked 77th in the world.

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