Former Buff Jeremy Paul notches third straight victory on Outlaw Tour
By Gary Baines – 02/15/2019
The Paul twins — Jeremy and Yannik Paul, both former University of Colorado golfers — did their best to monopolize the leaderboard on Friday in the Ken McDonald Classic, an Outlaw Tour event that concluded in Tempe, Ariz.
Jeremy Paul (pictured), who’s been on a tear of late, won the tournament with a remarkable total of 25-under-par 191 for three rounds, while Yannik finished fourth at 199.
Jeremy Paul shot rounds of 66-61-64, which was good for a one-stroke victory over David Cooke. The win was worth $6,000.
The title was the third straight in less than a month for Jeremy Paul on the Outlaw Tour as he won one-day events on Jan. 21 and Feb. 8. He also has a ninth-place showing this year.
Yannik Paul went 68-64-67 and earned $1,800.
Elsewhere in mini-tour action this week:
— Former University of Denver golfer Chris Gilman finished third out of 31 players on Thursday in the Golden State Tour’s Moorpark (Calif.) Open. Gilman carded scores of 68-71 for a 5-under-par 139 total, which left him one stroke behind the top two finishers in the field, Jonathan Garrick and Mark Anguiano.
— On the The Cactus Tour’s Dallas Cup Series that ended Wednesday in Queen City, Ariz., former CU golfer Brittany Fan placed sixth out of 35 players. She went 72-68-66 for a 10-under 206, which left her five strokes back of winner Emily Tubert of Burbank, Calif. Fan went bogey-free in her final round and earned $760.
— Former Air Force Academy golfer Tom Whitney tied for 10th place on Tuesday in the Northern Texas PGA Players Tour event in Lewisville, Texas. He went 70-70–140 and made $516.