The youth movement on the PGA Tour is now in full swing. A generation of players that were inspired by Tiger Woods' charge to the summit of world golf have now exploded onto the scene with dreams of doing the same.
A sport once dominated by experienced players is now witnessing the results of 21st century training. Experience is being trumped by strength and athleticism. Guile and know-how are succumbing to talent and enthusiasm.
The emergence of this youthful generation has caused a significant change in the landscape on the PGA Tour. Gone are the days of Tiger racking up major after major. Gone are the days of the "big five", consisting of Woods, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Vijay Singh. Youth is in.
In the last four years, players such as Martin Kaymer, Webb Simpson, Louis Oosthuizen, Keegan Bradley and Charl Schwartzel have claimed major championships in their twenties. And in case you haven't noticed, there's plenty more coming up behind them.
So who are golf's brightest young stars? Who will be the next dominant golfer on the planet?
Here's a look at the seven best players of the PGA Tour under 25 years of age.