Runner-up to Shane Lowry in 2019 at Royal Portrush and joint fourth at St Andrews last July, two months after a tie for fifth in the PGA Championship.
Runner-up to Shane Lowry in 2019 at Royal Portrush and joint fourth at St Andrews last July, two months after a tie for fifth in the PGA Championship
Also finished second in the 2018 US Open, his closing 63 at Shinnecock Hills equalling the championship record and leaving him only a stroke behind Brooks Koepka.
That was followed by a Ryder Cup debut in Paris, where he and Francesco Molinari won all their four games together. Leading money-winner on the 2017 European Tour and, during a climb into the world’s top 10, twice won the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship.
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 became English champion and a year later was the youngest-ever European Challenge Tour No.1.
He captured the 2017 French Open at Le Golf National, where his part in Europe’s 2018 triumph will be long remembered.
In 2019, Fleetwood came from six behind to beat Marcus Kinhult in a play-off for the Nedbank Challenge and on the event’s next staging, in November 2022, he ended three years without a victory.