A close friend of Romain Wattel and Victor Dubuisson, Levy highlighted his huge potential in 2014 by finishing ninth in The Race to Dubai Rankings and by becoming the first Frenchman to record multiple European Tour victories in the same season, thanks to his wins at the Volvo China Open and Portugal Masters. Those two impressive performances meant that, at the age of 24 years and 72 days, Levy also became the youngest Frenchman to record multiple European Tour victories, beating the Grégory Bourdy's previous record. Some stunning golf down the stretch brought Levy his first title in China, where he became the 20th different winner of the event in its 20 year history, before two fine rounds in Vilamoura gave him an 18 under par winning total after two rounds of the weather-affected Portugal Masters. Finished 30th in the Rankings in his debut Challenge Tour campaign in 2012, but went to the Qualifying School Final Stage in fine form after a strong finish to the season and took the 24th card at PGA Catalunya Resort to earn a rookie season on The European Tour. Began playing at the age of three before moving back to France from the USA in 1994, where he developed and represented France. Won the Eisenhower Trophy alongside Wattel and Johann Lopez-Lazaro in the most dramatic circumstances, holing a 50-foot putt to triumph. The son of two pharmacists, he is a huge fan of Olympique de Marseille FC.