Best & Worst: Gregory HavretJune 25, 2015 Golf News
Frenchman Gregory Havret tells us what the best thing about being a professional golfer is... and has a special message for Padraig Harrington
Gregory Harvet, almost a US Open winner in 2010 and cool, calm and collected Frenchman has a bone to pick with a certain two-time Open winner…
What’s the best part of being a Tour Pro?
“To play golf everyday of my life.”
Worst part of of being a Tour Pro?
“Playing awful everyday of my life!
“It’s actually being away from home quite a lot.”
What’s your best shot?
“The driver, I feel good with it it.”
What’s your worst shot?
“60 yard bunker shot.
“Even worse over water!”
Who’s the best playing partner?
Worst playing partner?
“My first year on tour, whenever I played with him I did bad.
Best hair on Tour?
“Definitely not me!
“Victor Dubuisson has good hair.”
Worst hair on Tour?
“I have no idea.
“The guys with no hair.”
Most generous player on Tour?
Who’s the tightest on Tour?
“One or two of the French!
“I won’t say any names though!”
Worst career performance?
“I remember it was with Padraig Harrington the last round at the Deutsch Bank in 2004.
“I had an 84 last round and finished 30th.
“It was the worst day of my life…”
Best career performance?
“Loch Lomond in 2007.”