& # 039; It can hit longer, but my wedges are better & # 039; – women hiring men in Saint-Malo Mixed Open

Posted by on July 02, 2019  /   Posted in golf reviews

The mixed pitch comes from the Ladies European Tour Access Series and Alps Tour

Two couples participate in the inaugural Saint-Malo Golf Mixed Open, which starts on Thursday.

It is the first professional event to see male and female golfers from two tours play for the same trophy.

The 72-hole tournament consists of players from the Ladies European Tour Access Series and the men's Alpine Tour.

Pasqualle Coffa, whose friend Lars Keunan plays, said: "He caddied for me last week and said that if I miss the cut here, I should have caddy for him."

The Dutch Coffa added: "I" I'm going to beat him this week, because otherwise I will get angry. He may make it longer, but I think my wedges are better than his. "

Keunan replied:" We would play for five or 10 euros, but we thought we would kill each other.

"I am excited about this week, but also curious o see how the organizers will make it a fair test for both men and women." Leberre and girlfriend Audre Fausnaugh.

Also in the field are sisters Emma and Sarah Nilsson, from Sweden, whose parents are caddying for them.

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