Four-time European Tour winner at 23 years old

Considered to be one of the world’s best young prospects before turning professional in 2014, Matt has continued his incredible progress and has consolidated his position at the very top of his sport.

The Sheffield-based player picked up his first victory at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports in front of his home fans at Woburn in October 2015. He then added his second title at the 2016 Nordea Masters and his third win, and arguably his biggest, at the 2016 DP World Tour Championship in Dubai - holding off a world class field at the final event of the 2016 European Tour season. Matt then added his fourth win at the 2017 Omega European Masters in Crans Montana, winning at the third extra play-off hole.