Tyrrell Hatton will be looking to crown another stellar year on the European Tour with a strong finish at the season’s final event, the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Hatton is 12th on the Race to Dubai and despite a good 2018, he won’t be crowned Europe’s best golfer.

However, he has a superb record at the Earth Course on Jumeirah Estates, finishing runner-up in 2016 before a top 10 finish last year.

Having made his Ryder Cup debut in September as Europe thrashed USA at Le Golf National in Paris, Hatton will once again be hoping that an excellent performance in the Emirates will be the catalyst for 2019.

The former Great Marlow School student also made the cut in all four majors and there is no reason why the 27-year-old can’t compete at an even better level next year as he bids to become a force on both sides of the Atlantic on the European and PGA Tours.