Having finished tied-12th at The Open at Carnoustie in 2018, Tommy Fleetwood took to the Ryder Cup like a duck to water in Paris a couple of months later, his 'Moliwood' partnership with Champion Golfer of the Year Francesco Molinari producing four wins out of four – three of them against Tiger Woods.
That Ryder Cup debut came three months after he equalled the US Open record with a stunning closing 63 at Shinnecock Hills and finished just a stroke behind double winner Brooks Koepka.
Fleetwood, fourth in the same event in 2017, was leading money-winner on the 2017 European Tour and followed it up by climbing into the world’s top ten.
He's a two-time winner of the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship, the first coming when he beat soon-to-be world No.1 Dustin Johnson a year earlier.
Runner-up in the 2008 Amateur Championship at the age of 17 and just missing out on The Open as a result, he played Walker Cup the following season.
In 2010 he became English champion and a year later was the youngest-ever European Challenge Tour No 1.
Fleetwood was a part of the 2013 Britain and Ireland team at the Seve Trophy following victory at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles and he also captured the 2017 HNA French Open at Le Golf National - the venue for the 2018 Ryder Cup, where he played such a key part in Europe's triumph.