Fox Dedicates Emotional Dunhill Links Victory To Memory Of Shane Warne

An emotional Ryan Fox has dedicated his stunning Alfred Dunhill Links victory to the memory of the late Shane Warne. The powerhouse Kiwi golfer came from four shots behind, and at one stage late in his round, ahead of holing a testy four-footer for par at the last in a four-under 68 to win by a shot at 15-under-par on the famed Old Course. England’s Callum Shinkwin (67) and Swede Alex Noren (69) were joint second at 14-under and with World No. 2 Rory McIlroy the clubhouse leader on 13-under ...

“I’ve Aged 10-Years!” Declares McIlroy After Brutal Second Day Dunhill Conditions

“I’ve just aged 10-years!” declared Rory McIlroy after battling one of the toughest competition days in recent history on the DP World Tour. Brutal, relentless and maybe bordering on madness but whatever it’s remarkable the second round of the 21st edition of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship managed to get completed, at all. Driving rain, gale-force winds lashed all three host courses and with rounds at Kingsbarns Links, and one of the three venues, taking around six-and-a-half ...

Viva La France As Three French Golfers Send Tricolore To The Top Three At Dunhill Links

It was the proudest of days for French-born golfers superbly celebrating the opening round of the 21st Alfred Dunhill Links with a equal course record 61 at the Old Course, and two other French players lying second and tied third. Romain Langasque posted two eagles, eight birdies and a lone bogey in an 11-under-par effort to match the record set by England’s Ross Fisher on the final day of the 2017 event. The 27-year-opld Languasque, who captured last year’s Wales Open, started his round ...

McIlroy Remarks With A Dunhill Shotgun Start To Day Two: “There’s A Blond Aussie Laughing Somewhere”

​ Rory McIlroy’s taken ​ yet ​another ​friendly ​‘dig’ at LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman ahead of Friday’s intended ‘shotgun’ start to the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. McIlroy had bogeyed his final hole on day one of the event at Carnoustie when his ball came to rest very close to an out-of-bounds fence at the back of the ninth green, and his last in this year’s 21st anniversary of the event. The World No. 2 walked off with a disappointing bogey in ...

McIlroy Slightly Disappointed To Be Left Short-Changed At Carnoustie

Rory McIlroy clearly was disappointed being left short-changed despite a solid four-under par opening round of a 68 at Carnoustie at the 21st anniversary of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. McIlroy, and starting from the 10th hole,  raced to five-under through 11 holes of his round though he played his remaining eight holes in one-over par. It was almost benign conditions at Carnoustie, one of the three hosts venues, and in stark contrast to predicted Friday conditions set to pound the $5m ...

McIlroy Declares It’s Time Golf’s Warring Sides Sit Down To Talk

World No. 2 Rory McIlroy says it’s time both sides in the biggest controversy ever to hit men’s professional golf now need to sit-down and sort out their grievances. McIlroy, and as chair of the PGA Tour Players Advisory Committee, has been much the soundpiece for the PGA Tour with Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan seemingly detemined, and certainly of late, not to have anything to do with working on any peace agreement. Now in a remarkable turn in this golfing war of words, law suits and ...

McIlroy Still Pinching Himself 15-Years On This Week When He Earned His DP World Tour Card

Fifteen years ago, this week a curly-haired, freckle-faced Rory McIlroy stood at the back of the famed 18th green at the Home of Golf. The champion Northern Irishman amateur turned pro a week earlier at The Belfry and had just posted a final round 68 on the Old Course at the Home of Golf to be lying third in the 2007 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on the Old Course. Standing on one side of McIlroy was Scotland’s Lloyd Salthman, his GB & I Walker Cup team-mate from a month earlier at ...