Raphaël Jacquelin (born 8 May 1974) is a French professional golfer.Jacquelin was born in Lyon. He turned professional in 1995, after winning the French Amateur Championship.Jacquelin began his professional career on the Challenge Tour. In 1997 he claimed two wins on his way to fourth on the season ending money list, which was sufficient to grant him full playing privileges on the European Tour for the following season.Jacquelin had to wait for his first title at the top level, eventually winning on his 238th European Tour start at the 2005 Open de Madrid. His second victory came in 2007 at the BMW Asian Open. His best finish on the Order of Merit to date has been 20th in 2003.During part of 2007 and 2008 Jacquelin was the highest ranked French golfer on the Official World Golf Rankings.
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