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Thomas Levet is a three-time winner on the Legends Tour and has featured on the Tour since 2019.

The Frenchman enjoyed a double-winning year in 2021 when he took the titles at the Legends Open de France and the Scottish Senior Open on his way to finishing second in the Order of Merit. Both those victories also meant he has now won the French and Scottish Open’s on both the Legends Tour and the DP World Tour.
His breakthrough win on the Legends Tour came in 2019 in the Farmfoods European Senior Masters at Forest of Arden.
He is a member of the “500 club” on the DP World Tour having made 560 appearances and took six victories along the way – the most on that Tour by a Frenchman.
His final DP World Tour win was his most emotional, claiming the Open de France at Le Golf National in Paris in 2011. A big victory in his home Open, although his celebration of jumping into the greenside lake resulted in a broken leg!
Made the victorious European Ryder Cup team in 2004 at Oakland Hills and came close to a Major breakthrough in the 2002 Open Championship at Muirfield with a final round of 66 to tie Ernie Els, Stuart Appleby and Steve Elkington in top spot. However, having tied with Els after the initial four-hole play-off, Levet would lose the first hole of sudden death to the South African.
As well as playing golf, Levet now works for French broadcaster Canal+ as a commentator and analyst on their coverage of Major’s and the Ryder Cup.

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Ryder Cup Player 2004
Legends Tour Wins 3
DP World Tour Wins 6
DP World Tour Appearances 560
Turned Pro 1988

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