Double whammy during a BMW International Open. The initial European Tour margin to underline twins.

Posted on 23. Jun, 2016 by in BMW Canada

Pulheim. History was done during a BMW International
Open (23rd to 26th Jun during GC Gut Lärchenhof), when dual twins teed off
during a same contest for a initial time in a story of the
European Tour. Jeremy and Yannik Paul gained profitable knowledge on
a opening day of a 28th BMW International Open, where they teed
off in unbroken groups only 10 mins apart. Unlike when they were
born, when Jeremy arrived on a stage one notation before his brother,
Yannik was initial onto a initial tee on Thursday. He carded a spin of
73 (+1), only one shot some-more than Jeremy, who went spin the
Championship Course in spin standard (72).

“It is good to be a initial twins on a European Tour,” pronounced Jeremy
after his opening 18 holes. “We were gay to have a opportunity
to play here together. we caddied for my hermit in 2015, when he
played during a BMW International Open. As such, we had a bit of an idea
what to design from a tournament. we was a small shaken on the
initial few holes, though a nerves left then. we unequivocally enjoyed it today.”

Like his hermit Yannik, a comparison of a Paul twins, who are both
members of Golf Team Germany, plays for GC Mannheim-Viernheim in the
initial multiplication of a German Golf League (DGL). However, he has also
been causing a stir in America, as partial of a University of Colorado
golf team. Jeremy binds a horde of university records, including the
many sub-60 rounds, a many rounds underneath par, and a best average
round. The 22-year-old has already motionless he will spin pro in the
future. “I will substantially spin pro a small before my brother,” said
Jeremy. “I have another year of college to complete, afterwards we will
confirm either to go veteran in America or Europe.”

Yannik also plays for GC Mannheim-Viernheim in a DGL and spent two
years with his hermit during a University of Colorado. After returning
to his local Germany for a while, he will now lapse to America to
continue his studies there. He also has his sights set on branch pro.
“I would apparently like to play here on a European Tour,” said
Yannik. “That is because it is so illusory to be means to benefit experience
during a contest like this.”

He done his BMW International Open entrance in 2015, though missed a cut.
However, things are looking adult this time around. “I am really optimistic
about tomorrow. we trust we am really good adequate to make a cut.
The idea is positively to still be in a contest come Sunday,” said
Yannik. He and his hermit will learn their skeleton for a weekend
on Friday, when they conduct out onto a Championship Course during Golf
Club Gut Lärchenhof for a second spin of a BMW International Open.

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