Bornemann takes home Silver medal at European Seniors

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Karl Bornemann with his new silver medal

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Corkonian Karl Bornemann fired the joint-low round of the day – a one-under par 69 – to snatch second place and the silver medal at this year’s European Seniors’ Championship in France.

The Douglas golfer produced a scintillating back-nine charge at Golf de Morfontaine, racing home in just 32 strokes for a one-over tally, just one shot back of Germany’s Martin Birkholz’ winning score of even.

After a slow start to the tournament with a 75 on Friday, Bornemann reignited his tournament ambitions with a three-under 67 on Saturday before signing off in style with four birdies in his closing 69.

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His silver medal led home the Irish challenge with Brian McCarthy, attached to Real Sociedad Hipica Española Club De Campo, tied-25th at 13-over – the only other Irishman to make the 36-hole cut to the final day.

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