A close friend of Romain Wattel and Victor Dubuisson, Levy has enjoyed a similarly impressive start to his fledgling professional career, making an instant impression on the Challenge Tour in his rookie year. His biggest result came at the ‘Major’ of the 2012 season, the Kazakhstan Open, where he missed a short putt to just fall short of a play-off alongside HP Bacher and eventual winner Scott Henry. The American-born Frenchman also finished third in the Fred Olsen Challenge de España, and a seventh place finish in the Challenge de Catalunya helped secure a place in the season-ending Apulia San Domenico Grand Final before he ended the season 30th in the Rankings. Went to the 2012 Qualifying School Final Stage in fine form 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.