Golfing World: Thomas Levet and '04 Ryder Cup
Golfing World talks to Thomas Levet, as the Frenchman reflects on his 2004 Ryder Cup appearance
Golfing World: French golf having a renaissance
Golfing World looks at the healthy state of French golf and the 2018 Ryder Cup to be held in France.
Golfing World: Open de France; Hull's ice bucket challenge
The European Tour heads to France for the Alstom Open de France, David Howell makes his 500th European Tour appearance, and Charley Hull shares her ice bucket challenge.
Golfing World: Recent Euro Tour winner Alexander Levy
We sit down with recent winner of the Volvo China Open, France’s Alexander Levy.
Relive Most Memorable Open Championship Victories
For the next four weeks leading up to the 2013 Open Championship, Golf Channel will highlight some of the most memorable final rounds in Open Championship tournament history.
Open Championship Highlights 2002
Watch highlights from the 2002 Open Championship. Players include Ernie Els, Stuart Appleby, Steve Elkington and Thomas Levet.though, but the same couldn't be said for the opening effort of Duffy Waldorf , the anything but understated American brought a touch of Hawaii to the East Lothian shoreline. He reveled in the sunshine during a
What's in the Bag: Watney, Levet and Cook
Bag check for this past week's winners, including Nick Watney, Thomas Levet and John Cook
Thomas Levet captured his sixth European Tour title in front of an electric atmosphere on home soil Sunday at the French Open.Tour head up to the North of Scotland the Barclays Scottish Open, Luke Donald , Lee Westwood , Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell headlining and truly World Class [unk]. The coverage begins Thursday, 9:30 eastern.
Levet would jump again despite breaking leg last year
Reigning French Open champion Thomas Levet has not learned his lesson. A year after breaking his leg in a celebratory jump into the pond guarding the 18th hole at Le Golf National in Paris, Levet would do it again this year.
Levet to miss a month after freak accident
Frenchman Thomas Levet will miss a month of action after a freak accident last week at the Volvo Golf Champions. The French Open winner apparently hurt his ribs after falling down a flight of steps.