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USA golfer Phil Mickelson watches his drive off the 11th tee during the foursome match of the 2004 Ryder Cup at Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloombfield Township, Michigan on September 18, 2004. Mickelson and teammate David Toms went 1 up on European players Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain and Thomas Levet of France. The Europeans finished the day with an 11-5 lead over the USA. (UPI Photo/Tannen Maury)
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Thomas Levet (born 5 September 1968) is a French professional golfer.

Levet was born in Paris, France. He turned professional in 1988 and won the French PGA Championship that year, but he had to wait for a decade for his first win on the European Tour, which came at the 1998 Cannes Open.

In 2002, he finished second at The Open Championship at Muirfield, being one of four players in a playoff. He had a good chance to win, but bogeyed the final hole of the four-hole playoff to fall into sudden death with Ernie Els, where he again bogeyed to lose to Els.

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