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A mixture of golfing pros and TV stars will stalk three courses in St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns from Thursday to Sunday in pursuit of the Alfred Dunhill Championship pot.
Unsung heroes of the Old Course – ‘He was banging and banging trying to straighten the scissors. You couldn’t make it up!’
There’s a distinctly autumnal nip in the air when I arrive at the St Andrews Links Trust’s Jubilee Sheds around a half mile out the West Sands road at the agreed rendezvous time of 5.45am.
Sir Steve Redgrave is no stranger to big sporting pressures.
When Renee Powell became the first woman golfer to receive an honorary degree from St Andrews University in 2008, she was accompanied on the trip by her late father Bill and by a party that included Brian Whitcomb, then president of the PGA of America.
Golf fans will have another chance to hail some of Europe’s Ryder Cup stars at this week’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
It has been confirmed that Hollywood stars Andy Garcia and Hugh Grant head an A-list group bound for next week’s Dunhill.