With long flowing hair and a scruff of a beard, England’s Tommy Fleetwood looks to be more at home on the beach than on the links. But make no mistake – golf is his game and he’s very, very good at it. Fleetwood won the European Tour’s Race to Dubai in 2017 and will likely be a stalwart on the 2018 European Ryder Cup Team.

Fleetwood contended strongly at the 2017 U.S. Open before finishing fourth, and had a runner-up finish at the WGC Mexico Golf Championship, playing against the best in the world. His first European Tour win came in 2013 and he added two more in 2017. With a number of high finishes in other tournaments, Fleetwood entered the Race to Dubai as the points leader and he emerged victorious, as a challenge by Justin Rose fell just short.

Fleetwood is another 20-something “young gun” at the age of 26, and represents one of Europe’s leading hopes in combating more established peers such as Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. Most observers think that Fleetwood is now just coming into his own and will be a presence on international leaderboards for years to come.

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