Tyrrell Glen Hatton is a professional golfer born on October 14, 1991. He currently plays in several PGA and European Tours. Hatton has six wins in the European tour, including his four victories during the Rolex Series championships. Hatton played for the Ryder Cup team in 2018. In 2020, he participated in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and won the title. Playing as an amateur golfer, Hatton was able to participate in the Open Championship in 2010.
Hatton won two titles in the Jamega Pro Golf Tour and PGA Euro Pro Tour during his professional years. He got his initial victory as a professional golfer on the Jamega Tour at Woodcote Park Golf Club. On the same tour, he immediately received his second win at Caversham Heath. In 2012 and 2013, Hatton joined the Challenge Tour. He played in The Foshan Open and the Kazakhstan Open in 2013.
Hatton completed both titles with the best pair of T-2s. He also ranked 10th place during the Challenge Tour in 2013, allowing him to move on to the 2014 European Tour. Hatton went to St. Andrews to fight for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. He performed four shots to outstand Ross Fisher of England and South Africa’s Richard Sterne. From being listed as 53rd, he increased his ranking to the top 35 after winning the playoff.
In 2018, He was part of the European team that qualified in the Ryder Cup, which happened in the Le Golf National. The team won against the US team with a score of 17 ½ - 10 ½. He also defeated Paul Casey and won the two fourball matches. Unfortunately, Patrick Reed took over his first singles match. Later that year, Hatton took part in the Turkish Airlines Open and won the game. He also achieved his triumph at a six-man playoff and earned 2,000,000 US Dollars.
He got another PGA Tour win against Marc Leishman during the Arnold Palmer Invitational playoff. In October 2020, he got the BMW PGA Championship title that takes place in Wentworth. Hatton is also the second professional golfer to win three Rolex Series. His triumph improved his world’s ranking to the top ten. Earlier this year, he got his fourth Rolex Series triumph by winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
- Total Driving: 96
- Sand Saves: 56.4 percent
- Driving Accuracy: 64.0 percent
- Driving Distance: 298.9
- Total Events: 16
- Total Rounds: 48
- Total Cuts: 13