Changes afoot – Keith Pelley, CEO of the PGA European Tour, wants to shake things up -- and he says 2017 will be the year to listen for some exciting announcements.
At the forefront – Pelley wants star players such as Rory McIlroy to work with him on expanding the Tour.
Driving ambition – European Tour star Danny Willett, pictured with the BMW International Open trophy in Cologne.
Grace and favour – South African Branden Grace is one of the European Tour's current star names.
Rose blooms – Justin Rose is one of the players Pelley wants to tempt to play in more European Tour events.
The art of Lowry – Shane Lowry, of Ireland, competes on both the European Tour and the PGA Tour.
Oost boost – Former British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen is another South African star on the European Tour.
Exclusive club – Byeong Hun An, of Korea, is the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur Championship.
On the winning trail – Andy Sullivan picked up his first European Tour win at the South African Open in January 2015.