University of Colorado golfer Jeremy Paul shot an even-par 72 here Wednesday in the first round of the World Amateur Team Championships, as the senior is one of three players representing his native Germany in the event.
Scotland is the leader through 18 holes with a 10-under 134 score, as the standings are tabulated by adding together the two low scores by either two or three players competing for their country (of which there are 71 here). Germany is tied for 38th with a 3-over total of 147.
Paul turned in the best score of the three competing here for Germany, turning in a 36-36 scorecard on the 6,768-yard, par-72 Iberostar Playa Paraiso Golf Club course. He had four birdies, 10 pars and four bogeys for his round, but unfortunately two of those bogeys came on the last three holes. His teammates,, Hurly Long shot 75 and 76, respectively. s
Closer to home, four Buffs wrapped up playing as individuals in the Colorado State Ram Masters Invitational on Tuesday, with freshman Victor Bjorlow leading the way with a 21st place finish. He shot a final round 71 on the 7,218-yard, par-70 Fort Collins Country Club course layout to finish at 6-over 216. Senior Ryan Schmitz tied for 64th (77—225), freshman Jack Li tied for 82nd (79—230) and junior Kade Crossland tied for 87th (80—232).