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Saint Andrews, GB
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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Henry Mallin provides a detailed review of the day's play, which saw Englishman Ross Fisher move into a one shot overall lead.
Henry Mallin reviews an intriguing first day's play at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Henry Mallin offers a great preview of the tournament, including what to expect and who to look out for!
Many St Andrews students will play the Old Course and imagine some of the shots that the greats of the game of golf have also played. Yet, one hugely talented golfer got to live the dream by playing in the Alfred Dunhill Links Competition alongside some of the great pros. George Burns, a first year from Glasgow who plays...
Even to those who have competed in some of the best sporting venues around the world, St Andrews maintains a special aura
Since 2001, the annual Alfred Dunhill Links Championship has lit up East Fife and Tayside as some of golf’s finest talents line up alongside big-name celebrities and sportsmen to compete in its unique Pro-Am format across three of the region’s most acclaimed courses – Carnoustie, Kingsbarns and The Old Course here in St Andrews. The competition, now one of the...
This year, there will be a celebrated crowd of amateurs competing at the team event of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship – including several legendary football stars. Sir Bobby Charlton, regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of all time and an essential member of the England team who won the World Cup in 1966, will participate in the...
The Saint was a near-continuous presence at this year’s Dunhill. Every birdie, eagle and spilled pint in the press bar was documented by our erstwhile team. This is their story of when golf and glitz combined on the coast of Fife
David Howell won a tense play-off against Peter Uihlein to lift the title at the Dunhill Links
All photos: Frazer Hadfield