Makes golf look unbelievably easy! I love the way that he takes very little time in hitting the ball.
Look at what he's achieved so far:
Top of the 2022–23 PGA Tour University rankings
He turned professional in June 2023, ending his amateur career ranked number one on the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
In 4th professional start at the John Deere Classic, he recorded his first top-10 on the tour; a final-round 63 put him in a tie for fourth place.
In 8th professional start, at the D+D Real Czech Masters, he finished in a tie for fourth place after a final-round 66.
In 9th professional start, at the Omega European Masters, he recorded his first win as a professional.
In 11th professional start, finished as joint runner-up in the Sanderson Farms Championship, losing to Luke List in a five-man playoff.
In 14th professional start (11th on PGA tour), wins the RSM Classic by four strokes.
Became the first player to be selected for a Ryder Cup without having played in a major championship.
In the Saturday Ryder Cup foursomes session, he and Viktor Hovland recorded a 9 & 7 victory over world number one Scottie Scheffler and reigning PGA Champion and multi major winner Brooks Koepka, setting a new record for the largest winning margin in an 18-hole Ryder Cup match.
Up to World Ranking 32 after only 14 professional tournaments.
Not since Tiger have we seen someone emerge on the scene like Aberg.