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Examples of "havret"
Calmels has long been a friend of European Tour champion golfer and fellow Frenchman Grégory Havret.
Grégory Havret (born 25 November 1976) is a French professional golfer.
Anders Hansen, Peter Hanson, Grégory Havret, Søren Kjeldsen, Colin Montgomerie, Graeme Storm
Alex Čejka, Ernie Els (9,10,11,17,18), Grégory Havret, Dustin Johnson (9,10,17,18), Matt Kuchar (9,10,17,18), Davis Love III, Brandt Snedeker (17,18)
Alex Čejka, Ernie Els (15,17,18,19), Grégory Havret, Dustin Johnson (15,16,17,18,19), Matt Kuchar (15,16,17,18,19), Davis Love III, Brandt Snedeker
Europe: Gary Boyd, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Rhys Davies, Rafael Echenique, Grégory Havret, Mikko Ilonen, Rikard Karlberg, Jean-François Lucquin, Pablo Martín, Gareth Maybin, James Morrison
Fredrik Andersson Hed, Darren Clarke, Rhys Davies, Ross Fisher (20), Stephen Gallacher, Richard Green, Grégory Havret, Thongchai Jaidee, Simon Khan (8), Joost Luiten, Danny Willett
Thomas Aiken, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Paul Casey, George Coetzee, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Grégory Havret, Michael Hoey, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Pablo Larrazábal, Joost Luiten, Alexander Norén, Richie Ramsay
As a qualifier and ranked 391 in the world, Havret was the runner-up at the 2010 U.S. Open, finishing one stroke behind Graeme McDowell.
Cameron Beckman, Christian Cévaër, Darren Clarke, Nick Dougherty, Nathan Green, Grégory Havret, Anthony Kang, Jerry Kelly, Danny Lee, Shane Lowry, Prayad Marksaeng, Pat Perez, Carl Pettersson, Richard Sterne, Marc Turnesa, Yang Yong-eun
Havret won the French Amateur Championship three years in a row from 1997 to 1999, and in 1999 he won the European Amateur. He also won a minor professional tournament as an amateur, the 1998 Omnium National.
Havret's best year-end ranking on the Order of Merit is 19th in 2007. In 2008 Havret reached the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking and established himself as the highest ranked French golfer.
Havret turned professional in 1999 and won a place on the European Tour at the 2000 Qualifying School. He finished 60th on the Order of Merit in 2001, his rookie season, recording a maiden tour victory at the Italian Open. Havret's biggest win to date came in the 2007 Barclays Scottish Open at Loch Lomond, where he overcame three-time major winner Phil Mickelson in a playoff. In August 2008 Havret recorded a second tournament victory in Scotland (third overall), leading the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles at the end of every round in recording a one shot win over Graeme Storm.
Overnight leader Johnson quickly dropped out of contention with a triple-bogey on the second hole and a double on the third hole. Els was tied for the lead at a part of the round, but fell back eventually. Havret remained closely in contention, but McDowell ground out a round of 74 to win his first major championship.
Ángel Cabrera (7,11,19), Paul Casey (7), Nick Dougherty, Niclas Fasth (7), Retief Goosen (7,11,19), Anders Hansen (6), Søren Hansen (7), Peter Hanson, Grégory Havret, Søren Kjeldsen, Colin Montgomerie, Justin Rose (7,15), Henrik Stenson (7), Richard Sterne (7), Graeme Storm, Lee Westwood (7)
Woody Austin, Brian Bateman, Mark Calcavecchia, Joe Durant, Paul Goydos, Anton Haig, Grégory Havret, Charley Hoffman, Raphaël Jacquelin, José Manuel Lara, Liang Wen-Chong, Hunter Mahan, Troy Matteson, John Senden, Jeev Milkha Singh, Graeme Storm, Nick Watney, Mark Wilson, Yang Yong-eun
The fourth hole, La Cascada, is the course's signature hole. It is a par 5 with a pond to the right of the two-tiered green. Before the 2016 Open de España, three national teams of four players tried to complete La Cascada in the fastest time. The French team of Raphaël Jacquelin, Alexander Lévy, Grégory Havret and Romain Wattel took four shots to complete the hole in 34.87 seconds, breaking the previous Guinness world record by half.
Graeme McDowell won in 2010 by one stroke over Grégory Havret. Ernie Els finished third, with Woods and Phil Mickelson in a tie for fourth. In perhaps his last U.S. Open, 1982 champion Watson at age 60 became the second-oldest player to make a U.S. Open cut (after Sam Snead, age 61 in 1973), and finished tied for 29th. McDowell, from Northern Ireland, became the first European to win the U.S. Open in forty years.
By the 19th century, the debate had become less sectarian and more scholarly. Notable skeptics included Karl Friedrich Neumann, Stanislas Julien, Edward E. Salisbury and Charles Wall. Ernest Renan initially had "grave doubts", but eventually changed his mind in the light of later scholarship, in favor of the stele's genuineness. The defenders included some non-Jesuit scholars, such as Alexander Wylie, James Legge, and Jean-Pierre-Guillaume Pauthier, although the most substantive work in defense of the stele's authenticity – the three-volume "La stèle chrétienne de Si-ngan-fou" (1895 to 1902) was authored by the Jesuit scholar Henri Havret (1848–1902).
The best round of the day was the 10-under-par 62 shot by the French team. The great round moved them from 10th place to 2nd place and they are 1 stroke behind the Americans. Raphaël Jacquelin made five birdies and his partner Grégory Havret made three birdies and an eagle. The French are tied with the Scottish team who shot a 66 on the day. Two strokes behind the Americans is the South African and English teams. The Dutch, Argentinians and Germans are tied in 6th place only 3 strokes behind the Americans.