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Final round
scores from
the Alfred
Dunhill Links

Lucas Bjerregaard -15
Tommy Fleetwood -14
Tyrrell Hatton -14
Tapio Pulkkanen -12
 Haotong Li -10
Andrea Pavan -10
Padraig Harrington -9
Lucas Herbert -9
Brooks Koepka -9
Nicolas Colsaerts -8
Nacho Elvira -8
Tony Finau -8
Marcus Fraser -8
Stephen Gallacher -8
 Peter Hanson -8
Tom Lewis -8
Matthias Schwab -8
Brandon Stone -8
Andy Sullivan -8

Final round
betting odds
for the Alfred
Dunhill Links

Tyrrell Hatton 5/6
Tommy Fleetwood 7/2
Marcus Fraser 9/1
Stephen Gallacher 14/1
Brooks Koepka 16/1
Lucas Bjerregaard 16/1
Andrea Pavan 22/1
Brandon Stone 40/1
Matthias Schwab 66/1
Edoardo Molinari 80/1
Tapio Pulkkanen 80/1
Benjamin Hebert 125/1
Ross Fisher 150/1
Lucas Herbert 200/1
Ryan Fox 200/1
Tom Lewis 200/1
Tony Finau200/1
Andy Sullivan 250/1
Marcus Kinhult 250/1
Matt Kuchar 250/1
Matthieu Pavon 250/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 300/1
Padraig Harrington 300/1
Alexander Levy 500/1
Nacho Elvira 500/1
Oliver Fisher 500/1
Peter Karmis 500/1
Matthew Jordan 750/1
Oliver Bekker 750/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship


Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood
James Kennedy

Tyrrell Hatton
Tyrrell Hatton
James Kennedy

Thorbjørn Olesen
Thorbjørn Olesen
James Kennedy

Ross Fisher
Ross Fisher
Cyrille Bertin

Branden Grace
Branden Grace
James Kennedy

Aaron Rai
Aaron Rai
Aaron Rai

First let me congratulate the European Ryder Cup team captain Thomas Bjorn and especially the all the players from both Europe and the USA, who showed that while you can be ultra-competitive you can still have great sportsmanship. That too applies to all the fans especially that magnificent stand around the first tee, who showed passionate support but as soon as the players stepped up to the ball – be they European or a US player – there was total silence, you were all truly a credit to our sport.

The home of golf will see some of the best players in the world turn up to compete in this weeks Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. The players will be competing on the hollowed turf that is St Andrews, but also Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, three of the best courses in Fife. All three are in Golf Monthly’s Top 100 courses of Great Britain and Ireland, only Kingbarns is just outside the Top 10 at number eleven.

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My tips to Win:

Like a lot of my picks to win this week, they will depend on how quickly the lads recover after their Ryder Cup exertions, they could be on cloud nine and suddenly plummet come Saturday/Sunday or that adrenaline will see them through the week. The first of my picks is Tommy Fleetwood 12/1 – with Bet365 – and what a week he had in Paris, Tommy has a good record in this event and I expect him to be right in the thick of it come Sunday.

Another player that will be buzzing coming into this week will be Tyrrell Hatton 16/1 – with SportingBet – who will be looking to make it three wins on the spin after winning this event for the last two years and I think that says enough about how he enjoys playing in this tournament.

What a final day win Thorbjørn Olesen 28/1 – with 188Bet – had in Paris and I am not sure beating is not the right word, more like the annihilation of Jordan Spieth 5&4. Thorbjørn is a past champion of this event and he also has a runner-up finish, but they are the only two times he has challenged in his seven starts. I think we are going to see a different golfer from this point onwards, one that now wants to fulfil his undoubted talent.

Each-way tips:

Another past champion of this event is Branden Grace 33/1– with SportingBet – who has not had the greatest of years with only two Top 10s from his fourteen starts on the PGA Tour but he does have two Top 5s from his five starts on the European Tour – I’ve counted WGC events as PGA Tour events. I think Branden’s penetrating low ball flight is perfect for links golf and I feel we will see him back challenging this week.

One player that should have won this event by now is Ross Fisher 50/1 – with 188Bet – who has who has been runner-up to Tyrrell Hatton twice in the last two years and had another runners-up finish back in 2008. Ross started the year well with a runner-up finish in Abu Dhabi but has only had one other Top 10 finish since then from his sixteen starts, but I think being back here will bring some positive memories and I feel he will be in the thick of it again come Sunday.

Outside tip:

I have had a feeling all year that Robert Rock 100/1 – with Ladbrokes – is on the verge of being back in the winner’s circle and I am sure watching his prodigy Matt Wallace do so well has fuelled his competitive spirit. Robert does have two Top 10s this year from his seventeen starts and with a Top 5 finish in this tournament last year, I think he could at least repeat that again this year.

Longer odds:

Try Aaron Rai 200/1 – with Bet365

As always good luck

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