French Thomas Levet celebrates and jumps into the water after winning the French Golf Open at the Le Golf National Golf Club in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, near Paris. Levet shot a final round of 70 for a seven-under par total of 277, one stroke clear of Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark and Mark Foster of England. It was 42-year-old Levet's fifth European Tour title, but the first time he has won his home Open. It ensures him of a berth in next month's British Open at Royal St George's in southeast England.
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