Retained his playing privileges for the first time in his career in 2015, following several seasons yo-yoing between the European and Challenge Tours. In 2014 he ended a fine campaign in style by winning the Dubai Festival City Challenge Tour Grand Final hosted by Al Badia Golf Club, his third title of the campaign, which made him the first player to achieve that feat in two different seasons. Also triumphed at the Norwegian Challenge in August, before a second victory a month later at the Open Blue Green Cotes d’Armor Bretagne, en route to second place on the Rankings having earned €178,266 from 20 starts. These wins came three years after he earned a trio of titles from just five starts in 2011, an achievement that earned him a second season on the European Tour, having played a rookie campaign after a successful turn at the Qualifying School Final Stage at PGA Catalunya Resort two years prior. With six Challenge Tour titles, he is now the third most successful player in the second tier’s history. Started playing aged ten after being introduced to golf by his parents, both of whom are sports teachers and lived in the French Polynesian island of Tahiti for a period during his youth. Played for the French Amateur team for three years, and also represented his country in the Eisenhower Trophy. Won the European Amateur Championship in 2007 to earn a place in the field for the 137th Open Championship the following year.