Tyrrell Hatton has become one of England's most successful golfers of recent years since rising to prominence on the DP World Tour by winning back-to-back editions of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in 2016 and 2017.
Since then, Hatton won four Rolex Series events - the 2017 Italian Open, the 2019 Turkish Airlines Open, the 2020 BMW PGA Championship, and the 2021 Abu Dhabi Championship - a haul bettered only by Jon Rahm,
Known for his fiery on-course demeanour, he is also a PGA Tour regular, winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in 2020 and recording seven top-ten finishes during the 2022/23 season.
A two-time member of the European Ryder Cup team, Hatton will compete for the third time at Marco Simone Golf Club, Rome, at the end of September.
|Name||Tyrrell Glen Hatton|
|Born||High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England|
|Date of Birth||14th October, 1991|
|Career earnings||£17.5m (DP World Tour only)|
2016 - Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
2017 - Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
2017 - Italian Open
2019 - Turkish Airlines Open
2020 - BMW PGA Championship
2021 - Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship
2020 - Arnold Palmer Invitational
Tyrrell Hatton was born in High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire and he still resides in nearby Marlow. He is the current touring professional for Harleyford Golf Club.
Tyrrell Hatton has earned £17.5 million in prize money on the DP World Tour, and his biggest cheque on his home circuit came when he received £1.6m for winning the 2019 Turkish Airlines Open.
However, Hatton's largest career purse came on the PGA Tour in March when he finished runner-up behind Scottie Scheffler at the Players Championship, earning $2.75m (equivalent to £2.2m) for his efforts at TPC Sawgrass.
Hatton picked up £6.7m in total on the PGA Tour in the 2022/23 season, taking his Stateside career earnings to £17.2m including Majors, World Golf Championships and co-sanctioned events, which are also factored into his DP World Tour total.
Tyrrell Hatton's net worth is estimated to be around £16m, helped by his ultra-consistent performances in Europe following his breakthrough at the 2016 Dunhill Links.
Hatton has also become a regular PGA Tour contender, winning the 2020 Arnold Palmer Invitational, while he supplements his on-course earnings with an Adidas clothing deal.
Hatton's current caddie is Michael 'Mick' Donaghy, who he has been working with since May 2019, including for his three most recent DP World Tour titles as well as the triumph at the Arnold Palmer.
Donaghy previously worked with Jesper Parnevik, coming agonisingly close to winning the 1994 Open Championship when the Swede bogeyed the final hole to miss out by a shot, while he has also worked with DP World Tour stalwart Jamie Donaldson.
Hatton briefly worked with Shane Lowry's former caddie, Bo Martin, earlier this year while Donaghy recovered from a knee injury.
Hatton primarily uses Ping woods and irons. His driver is a Ping G430 LST and he plays a Ping G460 Max 3-wood, both with Mitsubishi Diamana shafts.
He also carries a Ping G430 Max 7-wood alongside Ping i230 irons forged with Nippon Modus3 Tour 120 X shafts.
He uses a Ping Glide wedge and also utilises a Titleist Vokey WedgeWorks Prototype.
Hatton putts with a Ping Vault Oslo and, like most touring professionals, he uses a Titleist Pro V1x.
Hatton made his European Ryder Cup debut in Paris in 2018, playing with Paul Casey in both fourball sessions.
The pair suffered an 18th-hole defeat against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, but bounced back to beat Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler 3&2 on Saturday. He would, however, go on to lose 3&2 against Patrick Reed in Sunday's singles.
Hatton represented Europe again at Whistling Straits in 2021, playing four times and winning 1.5 points. He earned a half-point alongside Rahm in Friday's fourballs, then lost alongside Casey in foursomes on Saturday morning.
He gained a point playing with Shane Lowry in the afternoon fourballsm but suffered a 4&3 loss against Justin Thomas in Sunday's singles.
His overall Ryder Cup record is 2-4-1, which he will hope to better in Rome.
Hatton will join the other 11 members of the 2023 European Ryder Cup team, as well as skipper Luke Donald, in the field for the BMW PGA Championship, which starts at Wentworth on Thursday.
Following Wentworth, he will take a week off before heading to Rome to represent Europe in the Ryder Cup.