Danny became just the second Englishman ever to win The Masters when he took the title in incredible style in 2016.
The Yorkhireman's three-shot victory was the culmination of a period of sustained success that saw him win four times in the space of less than a year and a half.
Danny finished the week in Augusta with a bogey-free round of 67 to win his first major.
He joined ISM’s flourishing stable of bright and ambitious young talent in July 2013 and has gone on to cement himself at the top end of the world rankings.
The former world amateur No.1 from Sheffield played Walker Cup in 2007, the same year he won the English Amateur.
The Jacksonville State University graduate also won national amateur titles in Australia and Spain after becoming the 2006 Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Year.
Danny claimed his first European Tour title at the 2012 BMW International, beating Marcus Fraser in a play-off in Germany.
He went on to finish second at the Omega European Masters later that year on the way to finishing 23rd in the Race to Dubai.
The Yorkshireman enjoyed an impressive 2014, with seven top-10 finishes, including a tie for third at the Irish Open and a share of fourth at the Turkish Airlines Open, helping him finish 25th in the Race to Dubai.
Danny picked up his second European Tour win with a stunning performance at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in December 2014.
He shot rounds of 65 and 66 at the weekend to win by four shots at Sun City.
Danny was tied fourth at the Alfred Dunhill Championship the following week and finished 2014 in 50th place in the Official World Golf Ranking.
After finishing in a share of 38th in his first appearance at the Masters, Danny continued his impressive form in the United States with third place at the WGC Cadillac Match Play, beating Lee Westwood and Jim Furyk along the way.
Danny reached a career high of 38th in the Official World Golf Rankings and was given temporary membership of the PGA Tour for the rest of the 2015 season.
He finished in a share of sixth at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in May before an impressive week at The Open.
Danny started with rounds of 66 and 69 at St Andrews before a 72 and a 70 put him tied sixth.
The following week, Danny secured a third European Tour title of his career, shooting 65-62-71-65 to beat ISM stablemate Matt Fitzpatrick by a shot at the Omega European Masters.
Danny started 2016 in real style with a dramatic win at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Having opened with a 70, Danny took control of the tournament with successive rounds of 65 before holing from 12 feet for birdie to avoid a play-off and secure a memorable triumph.
He enjoyed third place at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March and, just days after the birth of son Zachariah, he won the Masters title. Danny also finished third at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
In August 2016, Danny finished in a share of 37th place as he represented Team GB at the Olympic Games in Rio.