Rickie Fowler has recorded runner-up finishes at The Open, Masters and US Open, plus a third place in the PGA Championship, but his biggest victory to date remains the 2015 Players Championship.
At that tournament, he played the last six holes in six-under par and produced two more birdies to win the play-off against Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner.
Fowler's best Open performance was finishing joint-second behind Rory McIlroy at Hoylake in 2014, just a month after being beaten only by Martin Kaymer at the US Open.
The American had top-five finishes in all four majors that season and in 2018 was a single stroke behind Patrick Reed at the Masters.
In his last four events of 2017, Fowler had two more second places and then a four-stroke victory at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas thanks to a closing 61.
On the European Tour, he has lifted the 2015 Scottish Open and 2016 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, a victory which took him to a career-high fourth in the world.
As an amateur, Fowler led the world rankings for 36 weeks and won seven out of eight games in two Walker Cup appearances.
By the time he turned 30 in December 2018, he had already played four Ryder Cups and two Presidents Cups.