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was also a member of the French team who finished in 2nd place at the 2002 Eisenhower Trophy.
(born 25 April 1982) is a French professional golfer who competes on the European Tour.
was born in Bordeaux. He turned professional in 2003. His cousin Nicolas Beaufils is also a professional golfer, who has played on the Challenge Tour.
In November 2009,
held off the challenge of Rory McIlroy to win the UBS Hong Kong Open by two strokes.
Richard Bland, Grégory
, Bradley Dredge, Ross Fisher, Scott Hend (6), Andrew Johnston, Rikard Karlberg, Alexander Lévy, Joost Luiten, Bernd Wiesberger
Kiradech Aphibarnrat (OoM), Grégory
, Andrew Dodt, Marcus Fraser, Tetsuji Hiratsuka (OoM), Pariya Junhasavasdikul (OoM), Mardan Mamat (OoM), Noh Seung-yul, Thaworn Wiratchant (OoM)
has played on the European Tour full-time since 2005, having previously competed on the second-tier Challenge Tour.
won his first European Tour event on 28 October 2007 at the Mallorca Classic. That win helped him to finish 39th on the European Tour's Order of Merit list, the first time he had broken the top 100. He has been the highest ranked French golfer on the Official World Golf Rankings.
Stuart Appleby, Jason Bohn, Grégory
, Jason Day, Simon Dyson, Marcus Fraser, Bill Haas, David Horsey, Michael Jonzon, Simon Khan, James Kingston, Martin Laird, Troy Matteson, Ross McGowan, Alexander Norén, Ryan Palmer, Heath Slocum, Bubba Watson
Fichardt followed this up in the 2013 season, when he won the Africa Open in his native South Africa in February. He claimed his fourth European Tour title by two strokes over Grégory
and Jaco van Zyl.
Guan was given the first slow play penalty since Grégory
at the 2010 PGA Championship; the last time the PGA Tour utilized a slow-play penalty in a non-major was against Glen Day at the 1995 Honda Classic.
also has three victories on the Alps Tour, one of Europe's third-tier development tours, between 2003 and 2005, and won the South African PGA Championship on the Sunshine Tour in 2006.
(5 March 1957 – 25 June 2014) was a French equestrian and Olympic medalist. He was born in Troyes. He won a bronze medal in show jumping at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.
, Paul Casey, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Tommy Fleetwood, Branden Grace (15), David Howell, Mikko Ilonen, Thongchai Jaidee, Matteo Manassero (7), Brett Rumford, Richard Sterne (15), Peter Uihlein, Bernd Wiesberger, Chris Wood
In June 2015, Wood won his second European tour title at the Lyoness Open with a two-stroke victory over Rafael Cabrera-Bello. He started the day five shots behind leader Grégory
, but shot a bogey-free final round of 67 to take the victory.
At the Lyoness Open in June 2015,
held a two stroke advantage going into the final round, having led from day one. However, in the final round who shot a six-over-par 78 that included five bogeys and a double bogey to finish in a tie for sixth.
Thomas Bjørn (12), Grégory
, Paul Casey, Jamie Donaldson (12), Ernie Els (12), Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Tommy Fleetwood, Stephen Gallacher, David Howell, Raphaël Jacquelin, David Lynn (12), Matteo Manassero (10,12), Rory McIlroy (12), Louis Oosthuizen (12), Brett Rumford (10), Chris Wood
France has entered four golfers (two per gender) into the Olympic tournament. Grégory
(world no. 112), Julien Quesne (world no. 123), Karine Icher (world no. 60), and Gwladys Nocera (world no. 134) qualified directly among the top 60 players for their respective individual events based on the IGF World Rankings as of 11 July 2016.
Fredrik Andersson Hed, Grégory
, Darren Clarke, Ben Curtis, Rhys Davies, Simon Dyson, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Ross Fisher, Hiroyuki Fujita, Stephen Gallacher, Anders Hansen, Peter Hanson, Tetsuji Hiratsuka, David Horsey, Yuta Ikeda, Ryo Ishikawa, Raphaël Jacquelin, Simon Khan, Kim Kyung-tae, Liang Wen-Chong, Shane Lowry, Ross McGowan, Edoardo Molinari, Colin Montgomerie, Noh Seung-yul, Koumei Oda, Corey Pavin, Álvaro Quirós, Michael Sim, Thongchai Jaidee, Boo Weekley, Mike Weir, Danny Willett, Chris Wood
In 2000, Staut won the gold medal at the Show Jumping European Championship for Young Riders on the horse Crocodile Man and then went on to work with Hubert
for a year and a half. In July 2007, Staut, the newest member of the French national equestrian team, went to Aachen, Germany, where his team placed tenth. Soon after, he was selected again for the team to be a part for the European Championships in Mannheim, Germany.
Thomas Aiken, Fredrik Andersson Hed, Ricky Barnes, Thomas Bjørn, Grégory
, Ben Crane, Brian Davis, Jamie Donaldson, Johan Edfors, Ernie Els, Hiroyuki Fujita, Stephen Gallacher, Sergio García, Richard Green, Anders Hansen, Tetsuji Hiratsuka, David Horsey, Yuta Ikeda, Ryo Ishikawa, Raphaël Jacquelin, Brendan Jones, Anthony Kim, Kim Kyung-tae, Pablo Larrazábal, Matteo Manassero, Noh Seung-yul, Alexander Norén, José María Olazábal, Jerry Pate, Álvaro Quirós, Scott Verplank
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