Leading amateur in The Open at Muirfield in 2013, former British Boys champion Matthew Fitzpatrick is now a Ryder Cup star with multiple European Tour titles to his name.
His fourth and fifth wins on the tour both came at the Omega European Masters in Switzerland - in 2017 and 2018 respectively - both of them in play-offs.
Fitzpatrick ended 2016 on a real high, representing Europe against the Americans in the Ryder Cup at the age of 22 and then producing a closing birdie to beat Tyrrell Hatton by one in the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
He finished joint-44th on his Open debut in 2013 and a month later became the first Englishman to lift the US Amateur trophy since 1911, going top of the world amateur rankings as a result.
The following June he made the cut at the US Open and then decided to turn professional.
In his first full season he had a round of 60 at the KLM Open, four third places, one runner-up finish and, best of all, his maiden victory in the British Masters at Woburn.
His 2016 season, meanwhile, also included a tie for seventh at the Masters, only five strokes behind fellow Sheffield player Danny Willett, and his second European Tour win at the Nordea Masters.