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The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Discussion Thread

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Up next for the European tour. Played at The Old Course,Carnoustie and Kingsbarnes on the East coast of Scotland. Some interesting names competing. Bill Murray,Hugh Grant,Andy Garcia,Michael Douglas,Johann Cruyff,Ruud Gullit,Kelly Slater....among others.......... also we have some golfers. Kaymer,Harrington,Els,Westwood,Daly,Harrington,Mcdowell,Lawrie,Cink,Donald,Schwartzel,Gallacher and Grace...among others. This is one I used to go to when living in Scotland. October could be vicious in that part of the world. Kicks off tomorrow. http://www.europeantour.com/europeantour/season=2015/tournamentid=2015076/leaderboard/index.html#VRqiCWx7y166t9GE.97

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Great tournament, interesting how they play on seperate courses (which makes the scores not always easy to follow / comparable). Last year a very surprising winner.

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Oliver Wilson won it...............after being runner-up nine times on the tour.

Exactly. His first and only win in close to 250 events / 10 years of professional golf. Good for him, likeable guy.

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After round one,two young lads who turned pro after the Walker cup have a share of the lead.Jim Mullen and Paul Dunne.

Both players shot 64 on the Kingsbarns course during their first professional event.They share with Kris Broberg of Sweden.

Notables. Gallacher -5,who's won the event before.  Kaymer,Mcdowell,Fisher -4    

 

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Eddie Pepperel is 8 over after 9 holes at Carnoustie today.

Young Jim Mullen tearing up St Andrews, 3 under after 3 and he goes to -11 for the tourney.

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Eddie Pepperell with 8 bogeys on the front 9, followed by a triple bogey on 10. What the h is he doing?

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Get's his first birdie at the 12th,bit late.....

Kaymer and Donaldson hard on the heels of the young guys.

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Love this tournament. IMO nothing better than watching Europeans playing links golf.

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It hardly seemed like links golf yesterday, with the sun out and the wind down.

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Bad putt by EE

 

 

Hope that doesn't happen to me when I get older. Oh wait I am older than EE.

Not a stroke as much as poking at it.

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Been down at Carnoustie the last two days. Been great weather and even better golf. 

Kingsbarns tomorrow, it's my favourite of the three. Hopefully be some more good golf. 

 

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