Marc Elton Cayeux (born 22 February 1978) is a Zimbabwean professional golfer. His father is South African, and his mother English. He was born in Lancaster, England and raised in Zimbabwe, leaving school at 14 to pursue a career in golf. He is a Zimbabwean/British dual national, but plays golf as a Zimbabwean.Cayeux finished fourth on the Challenge Tour in 2004, to gain exemption to the full European Tour for 2005. That year he finished 82nd on the Order of Merit, with a best of third in the Scandinavian Masters by Carlsberg. He also won the Vodacom Tour Championship on the Sunshine Tour, on his way to fifth in the end of season standings. That win gained him entry to the WGC-NEC Invitational, where he played against World Number 1 and eventual winner Tiger Woods in the first round.A less successful season in 2006 saw Cayeux return to the Sunshine Tour the following year, where he had four top three finishes on his way to eighth in the Order of Merit. In 2008, he won the Nashua Masters, and regained his place on the European Tour through the qualifying school.
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