What Are The Odds?July 13, 2016

A set of twins(!) will tee it up against each other on the Web.com Tour this week

Golf fans are focused on the Open Championship, but the week's most unusual story line is taking place at the Lincoln Land Charity Championship. A set of twins, Rick and Scott Lamb, will tee it up against each other. And how they got there makes the story even crazier.

Rick Lamb Monday qualified for last week's LECOM Health Challenge and then won his first Web.com Tour title with a walk-off chip-in. That meant he could cancel his flight to Springfield, Ill., because he was no longer in a rush to get there to Monday qualify. However, his twin brother, Scott, teed it up and earned a spot in the field. Here was Rick's reaction:

And here's a look at pictures of the two side by side:

Is Keegan Bradley a long-lost triplet? And here's a video of them competing in a drive, chip and putt contest:

"Never a doubt," Rick taunts at the end. "Younger brother always loses."

And we'll assume big brother always picks up the dinner tab -- especially after last week's haul.

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