Alfred Dunhill Links Championship extended to Monday 9th

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Round 3 will commence on Sunday 8th October with the original Round 3 start times, starting at 9am local time.
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October 7, 2023
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Due to continued adverse weather, the 2023 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will be extended into Monday October 9. The format will remain the same, with the objective to play the third round over all three courses – the Old Course St Andrews, Carnoustie Golf Links and Kingsbarns Golf Links on Sunday October 8 – and the fourth round at the Old Course on Monday October 9.

Tournament Director Mikael Eriksson said: “We always have a number of contingencies in the case of adverse weather conditions, and on this occasion the decision has been made alongside the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Committee to continue the tournament into Monday.

“We endeavour to play 72 holes if possible, and taking into consideration all factors, a Monday finished was deemed to be the preferred outcome. This will preserve the format of the tournament, with all competitors having the opportunity to play one round over each course, and the final round of both the Individual and Team events taking place at the Old Course after the third round cut.

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Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2023

Date: October 5th - 8th 2023

Location: Old Course St. Andrews, Carnoustie & Kingsbarns, Scotland

Purse: $5,000,000

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