Ludvig Aberg only turned professional in June of this year but the Swedish sensation is set to make his Ryder Cup debut for Europe at the end of September after he was handed one of Luke Donald's six captain's picks.
A two-time recipient of the Ben Hogan Award for best college player in the USA, Aberg spent 29 weeks at the top of the Amateur world rankings before turning professional ahead of the PGA Tour's Canadian Open.
He has already wrapped up PGA Tour playing rights by virtue of a glittering college career at Texas Tech and he became a DP World Tour champion on Sunday, firing four birdies in his closing five holes to claim the European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre.
|Ludvig Noa Aberg
|Date of Birth
|31st October, 1999
Aberg was born in Eslov in Sweden. He splits his time between his homeland and his US base in Lubbock, Texas, where he attended college at Texas Tech.
It's early days in Aberg's career but he has already banked $737,000 (approx £584,000) on the PGA Tour and his total earnings surpassed £1m following his win at the European Masters, where he claimed a winner's purse of £417,000.
Aberg's net worth is hard to determine but, in addition to career earnings in excess of £1m, the Swede has already agreed to a number of lucrative sponsorship deals, including a multi-year clothing deal with Adidas.
Ludvig Aberg's caddie is Englishman Jack Clarke, who has competed professionally on both the Alps Tour and the EuroPro Tour.
Clarke was on Aberg's bag at the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic, helping the Swede to a fourth-place finish, and he was by his side once again at Crans-sur-Sierre as the 23-year-old won for the first time as a professional at the European Masters.
Before Aberg, Clarke has previously teamed up with another Swede, four-time Solheim Cup team member and prolific Ladies European Tour winner Caroline Hedwall, and he has also worked with former LPGA No.1 Ariya Jutanugarn.
Aberg plays a Titleist TSR2 driver, fitted with a Fujikura Ventus Black 6 X shaft, while his 3-wood is a TaylorMade Stealth 2.
He uses a Titleist 718 T-MB 2-iron and the remainder of his irons are Titleist T100s, as is his pitching wedge, all of which feature KBS Tour 130 X shafts. The Swede also carries Titleist Vokey Design wedges.
On the greens, he uses a Odyssey White Hot Versa #1 putter and, like the majority of PGA Tour professionals, he plays a Titleist Pro V1x ball.
Aberg is a Ryder Cup rookie and is set to make his debut in Rome after he was handed one of Luke Donald's six captain's picks.
He will become the 11th Swede to represent Europe and the first since Alex Noren and Henrik Stenson were on Thomas Bjorn's team at Le Golf National in 2018.
Aberg will next be in action at the Ryder Cup in Rome.