|Full name||Thomas Jean Roger Levet|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Residence||Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, United States|
|Spouse||Caroline (m. 1998)|
|Children||Gregoire, Juliette, Charlotte|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Best results in major championships|
|Masters Tournament||T13: 2005|
|U.S. Open||T18: 2002|
|The Open Championship||T2: 2002|
|PGA Championship||T51: 2009|
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.
After spending 2003 on the PGA Tour, he returned to the European Tour in 2004. He claimed the most prestigious title of his career at the Scottish Open, and was a member of the winning 2004 European Ryder Cup Team. Levet ended the season 5th on the Order of Merit, and returned to the PGA Tour in 2005.
Levet suffers from severe vertigo, which almost forced him out of the game, however he has made strides to overcome the condition, and has featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings.
His fifth win on the European Tour came at the 2009 Open de España where he held off a charging Fabrizio Zanotti, who shot a final round 65, by two strokes finishing 18 under par. With this win Levet became the leading Frenchman in terms of European Tour wins.
Levet won his sixth European Tour title in July 2011 when he triumphed in his native country, at the Alstom Open de France by one stroke from Englishman Mark Foster and Dane Thorbjørn Olesen. He became the 7th French player to win the tournament after Jean-François Remésy. While celebrating his victory, Levet jumped into a lake, breaking his shin, and causing him to withdraw from The Open Championship.
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of
|1||19 Apr 1998||Cannes Open||-6 (69-71-65-73=278)||1 stroke|| Phillip Price, Sven Strüver,|
|2||3 Jun 2001||Victor Chandler British Masters||-14 (69-69-67-69=274)||Playoff|| Mathias Grönberg, David Howell,|
|3||11 Jul 2004||Barclays Scottish Open||-15 (70-67-69-63=269)||1 stroke||Michael Campbell|
|4||30 Mar 2008||MAPFRE Open de Andalucia||-16 (69-68-68-67=272)||Playoff||Oliver Fisher|
|5||3 May 2009||Open de España||-18 (64-67-71-68=270)||2 strokes||Fabrizio Zanotti|
|6||3 Jul 2011||Alstom Open de France||-7 (70-70-67-70=277)||1 stroke||Mark Foster, Thorbjørn Olesen|
European Tour playoff record (2-2)
|1||2001||Victor Chandler British Masters|| Mathias Grönberg, David Howell,
|Won with birdie on third extra hole|
Howell and Karlsson eliminated by par on first hole
|2||2002||The Open Championship|| Stuart Appleby, Steve Elkington,
|Els won with par on first extra hole after four-hole aggregate playoff|
Els 4-3-5-4=16 (E), Levet 4-2-5-5=16 (E), Appleby 4-3-5-5=17 (+1), Elkington 5-3-4-5=17 (+1)
|3||2004||Telecom Italia Open||Graeme McDowell||Lost to par on fourth extra hole|
|4||2008||MAPFRE Open de Andalucia||Oliver Fisher||Won with par on first extra hole|
|The Open Championship||CUT||T49||T66||T2||T22||T5||T34||T38||CUT|
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
|The Open Championship||0||1||0||2||2||3||9||7|