England's Tyrrell Hatton achieved a childhood dream by storming to the PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday.
Hatton, who moves into the top ten on the Official World Golf Ranking after claiming his fifth European Tour title, finished the tournament on 19 under par after making six birdies and a single bogey in his closing 67, four shots clear of France's Victor Perez.
And although he was pushed all the way by Perez in a tense final round battle, Hatton produced a short game masterclass to put his name alongside the European Tour greats who have won this iconic trophy before him.
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