It’s way too early–shoot they don’t even start collecting points until August–but I’m fairly certainly most of golf will be rooting for Frenchman Alexander Levy to enter the discussion given the location of next year’s Ryder Cup.
Moving to 11th on the European Tour money list with his four career win will also send him into the world top 100 again.
Levy was not shy after his win in mentioning the goal, writes Golfweek’s Alistair Tait.
The Frenchman said his attention now is on making next year’s Ryder Cup team for the match at Le Golf National in Paris.
“It’s a goal and a dream for me to play the Ryder Cup in France,” he said. “I will do a lot of work to play the Ryder Cup and I will do my best to be part of the team.”