Will finished second at the PDC Championship and the Cobra Puma Championship on the way to finishing 12th on the EuroPro Tour Order of Merit.
The Englishman made his Challenge Tour debut in 2017, finishing 30th at the Irish Challenge.
The young Englishman turned professional in 2019 and after playing the MENA Tour and the Alps Tour as an amateur last year, enjoying four top-10 finishes on the Alps Tour and a best of second place at Journey to Jordan 2 on the MENA Tour in October.
Jack also finished in a share of fifth at the English Amateur in 2019.
He will play a mixed schedule of the Challenge Tour and the MENA Tour.
Curtis qualified for The Open Championship in 2019 and joined ISM later that year.
He began the 2020 season with four top-10 finishes in five starts on the MENA Tour.
A two-time winner as a professional, Nick joined ISM in April 2019.
After a successful amateur career, Nick turned pro in 2016 and finished in a share of 16th at the Trophee Hassan II in his debut year on tour.
The following year he finished tied for second place at the Eagle Orchid Scottish Masters on the EuroPro Tour before winning the Dawson and Sanderson Classic in July 2017.
His second professional success came with victory at the Ghala Golf Open on the MENA Tour.
Haydn turned professional in March 2015 after a highly-successful amateur career and went on to compete at the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
He shot a course record at Hillside to secure his place at his first major where he carded rounds of 73 and 75.
Haydn picked up his first professional win at the Wealth Design Invitational on the EuroPro Tour in 2015 and won the First Stage of European Tour Qualifying School in 2018.
The Manchester-based youngster won the prestigious McEvoy Trophy in 2014 and competed in a professional tournament for the first time at the National Bank of Oman Classic on the Challenge Tour.
In 2013, Haydn became the first player to win both Lancashire’s county and boys’ championships in the same season.
In July 2015, Haydn shot 69-67-68 to finish in a share of fourth place at the Wealth Design Invitational at Hawkstone Park GC.
In September he was rewarded for his rapid progress with a superb victory at the HotelPlanner.com Championship on the EuroPro Tour.
After rounds of 68 and 66, the youngster finished at the top of the leaderboard with a bogey-free round of 67.
In what started as a four-way playoff, the Manchester teenager showed real composure to triumph on the sixth extra hole.
Haydn said: “I knew I needed to play well this week because I was only just inside the top 60 for getting into Tour Championship. That’s what I have done.
“I have only made one bogey all tournament. It is satisfying to know I can do it when I have to.”
Tom Murray joined ISM just days after coming through European Tour Qualifying School, one of only two players to get all the way from the first stage, to secure full playing rights for 2015.
He has established himself on the European golfing scene and, along with Chris Lloyd, Toby Tree and Mitch Waite is part of ISM’s Class of 2019.
At the final stage of qualifying school at PGA Catalunya in Spain in 2015, Tom showed both quality and character to bounce back from an opening round of 76 with rounds of 64 and 63 on the way to earning his card by three shots.
He impressed with a first top-10 finish on the European Tour with a share of seventh place at the Nordea Masters in June 2015.
Tom went on to secure his first professional title with victory on a play-off at the Volopa Irish Challenge on the Challenge Tour in October 2015.
He also had significant results in consecutive years at the Kazakhstan Open, finishing third in 2017 and second in 2018, when he had three other top-10 finishes on the Challenge Tour.
Tom, who turned professional in 2009 and hails from Manchester, is the son of former European Open champion and current Senior Tour player Andrew Murray.
As well as his father, Tom has been strongly influenced by former Ryder Cup captain and legendary coach John Jacobs throughout his fledgling career.
Tom is associated with Lymm Golf Club and completed his PGA degree course under the guidance of Peter Barber of Didsbury Golf Club.
Matt has become an established figure on the European golf scene over the last decade, following an outstanding amateur career.
He first played on the European Tour in 2011 and his significant results include second place at the M2M Russian Open in 2013, as well as this year’s top-10 finishes at the Porsche European Open and strong finishes at the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open and the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.
Matt graduated from plastic clubs to real ones at the age of five and joined Ashton-under-Lyne Golf Club near his home in Manchester, the club he is still attached to, at seven.
He enjoyed a fine amateur career, gaining national recognition with victory at the British Boys Amateur Championship at Royal Aberdeen in 2006 and making his full England debut at the Home Internationals in 2009.
Matt reached the semi-final of the British Amateur Championship at Muirfield before playing a prominent role in the England Home Internationals team the following year.
He became known as something of a Qualifying School specialist since earning his European Tour card for the first time at Final Stage in 2010 while still an amateur, retaining his playing privileges that way for the subsequent two years.
Matt didn’t need to go there a fourth time in 2013. He was second at the M2M Russian Open, fourth at the Nelson Mandela Championship, and made the cut in 12 other events.
He retained his card for the 2015 season with an impressive performance at the Perth Open in his final event of 2014.
Poynton-based Jacob turned professional in November 2018 and made his first steps as a professional at Alps Tour Q School.
He picked up his first professional win with a round of 64 in the Clutch Tour’s Surrey Shootout in September 2020.
Highlights of his amateur career included equalling the course record at Formby and winning the Wilmslow Crow.
Jacob secured status on the Alps Tour and the MENA Tour for 2019 through their respective Qualifying Schools.
London-born Pavan completed his studies at St Mary’s College of California in 2018 and turned professional later that year.
In his opening few months in the paid ranks, Pavan played on the EuroPro Tour.
Billy turned professional at the start of 2016 and the former England international and competed on the MENA Tour, EuroPro Tour, and Challenge Tour in his first year in the paid ranks.
He collected a first professional win at the Matchroom Sport Championship on the EuroPro Tour in June 2018, securing full playing rights for 2019 on the Challenge Tour.
Billy picked up a second victory at the Newmacher Golf Club Challenge in September and ended the season in the fourth spot on the EuroPro Tour Order of Merit, securing Challenge Tour status for 2019.
He won the Lincolnshire Open, Amateur, and Junior titles in 2015 and is coached by the world-renowned Mike Walker.
Keagan joined ISM in June 2020 shortly after turning professional, finishing his amateur career as South Africa’s fourth rated amateur.
He started the year with a victory at The Big Easy IGT Modderfontein as an amateur and finished fourth in the SA Strokeplay.
Mitch ended a stunning amateur career with the decision to turn professional in November 2018 and made his professional debut at the South African Open hosted by the City of Johannesburg.
His professional debut brought to an end an outstanding year for the Bristol-born prospect, which started with an April victory in the Hampshire Hog/Salver, previously won by recent World Number One, Olympic and Major champion Justin Rose.
Mitch finished runner-up in the illustrious Lytham Trophy and reached the semi-finals of the British Amateur, losing out to eventual champion Jovan Rebula.
In June, he was runner-up in the European Amateur Championship at the Royal Hague in Holland and was then called into the England Team to compete in the European Mens’ Team Championships in Berlin, Germany, where England lost out in the final to Finland.
In late July, following this tremendous performance, Mitch was selected to represent GB&I against Europe in the St. Andrews Trophy.
Mitch was chosen to play for England in the team of three players to compete for the Eisenhower Trophy in Ireland and also represented his country in the Home Internationals, which England won with Mitch winning five out of his six matches.
To round off a magnificent 2018 amateur season, he won the England Order of Merit.
After finding his feet on the professional scene in 2019, he had a strong start on the MENA Tour in 2020 and also finished in a share of seventh place at the RAM Cape Town Open in February.