Matthew Fitzpatrick was the youngest player in the top 10 at the Masters in April. He was the youngest competitor at the Ryder Cup in September. And now he's the youngest winner ever of the European Tour's season finale.
Fitzpatrick trailed fellow Englishman Tyrrell Hatton on the 18th tee at the DP World Championship, but Hatton's closing bogey opened the door. And Fitzpatrick took advantage with a terrific up and down for birdie from a greenside bunker. Check it out:
Fitzpatrick, who turned 22 on Sept. 1, is 490 days younger than Rory McIlroy was when he won this event in 2009. Seriously, look how young the 2013 U.S. Amateur champ looks posing with tournament volunteers after his third career European Tour title:
But Fitzpatrick wasn't the only big winner on Sunday. Henrik Stenson shot a final-round 65 to clinch the season-long Race To Dubai title for the second time in his career.