With four Rolex Series events already completed and four to come later in 2017, the prestigious collection of lucrative tournaments have already been hailed a great success by both players, fans and media alike.
Back in May, Alex Noren made a thrilling final day 62 to storm through the field and claim victory in the maiden Rolex Series event at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Club. The Swede said it was one of his most special wins...
Tommy Fleetwood won for the second time this season to move top of the Race to Dubai thanks to a one-shot victory in the HNA Open de France at Le Golf National and said afterwards he believed elements such as the Rolex Series were moving "the Tour in the right direction."
The following week at Portstewart Golf Club, Jon Rahm blitzed the field with a glittering Sunday 65 to win the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open by six shots and said he had wanted to play some Rolex Series events since the announcement last year.
After five years without a victory, Rafa Cabrera Bello stepped back into the winners' circle after prevailing in a play-off against Callum Shinkwin in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Dundonald Links.
Tyrrell Hatton then produced another fine Rolex Series winning moment by birdieing five of the last seven holes at Golf Club Milano to win the prestigious Italian Open.
Next up is the Turkish Airlines Open from November 2-5 at Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort,Turkey, before we head to the Nedbank Golf Challenge from November 9-12 at the Gary Player Country Club in South Africa. The 2017 Rolex Series then finishes in style at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai from November 16-19 at Jumeirah Golf Estates in the United Arab Emirates.