Alexander Levy is a folk hero on the European Tour. The one they call “El Toro” has a club-twirl game worthy of Greek myth, and he has the on-course performance to back it up, with two European Tour wins since September. Moreover, in a sport ever-increasingly devoid of character, the Frenchman is not afraid to inject some style into the proceedings.
Evidenced overnight at the Nordea Masters, where the 26-year-old celebrated a chip-in eagle with a samba:
Birdie to make the cut.
Why not go one better? pic.twitter.com/p34JHmZbAR
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Better yet, the eagle spurred Levy safely into the weekend. A better reason to break out in dance, we cannot think.