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April,22 1990
Antibes, France
Birth Place:
Cannes, France
Turned Pro:
2010 (plus 5)


An emotional win at the Turkish Airlines Open in November was the highlight of the 2015 campaign. Birdied three of the last four holes in the final round for a six under par 66 and a one stroke victory over Jaco Van Zyl – his second in the event after claiming his maiden title in Turkey two years earlier. Broke down in tears in the arms of his coach on the 18th green, later explaining that the win helped banish the frustrations of a season plagued by personal problems. The year before, he arrived as a superstar after his epic battle with Australian Jason Day in the final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. With the match all square after 18 holes, the Frenchman conjured some seemingly impossible shots from the desert to keep the match alive, but eventually lost on the 23rd hole. That helped earn him a place in the European Ryder Cup team, and he made a brilliant debut at Gleneagles, forming a strong partnership with Graeme McDowell and winning two and a half points from three. A year earlier he hinted at what was to come when he held off a group containing Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and Ian Poulter and birdied the final two holes to win in Turkey. Came through the 2010 European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage. Started playing golf aged 12 when he watched Woods win the 2002 Masters Tournament and decided he wanted to become a professional. Won the European Individual Amateur Championship in 2009, the year he made it to number one in the World Amateur Rankings. Came 24th in his first tournament as a professional, the 2010 Nordea Scandinavian Masters, and says his prize money of €16,400 went towards paying the rent for his apartment in the expensive French town of Cannes. Good friends with compatriot Jean-Baptiste Gonnet, who lives nearby, and the pair often play golf together.


Career Records

European Tour Wins 2
Wins this season 0

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Race To Dubai 5
Biggest European Tour Prize: € 1,027,669 (2015)

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