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8 Oct

The Alfred Dunhill-Day 3

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ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - OCTOBER 08: Tyrrell Hatton of England drives off the 18th tee during the third round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at The Old Course on October 8, 2016 in St Andrews, Scotland. Ian Walton/Getty Images/AFP.== FOR NEWSPAPERS, INTERNET, TELCOS & TELEVISION USE ONLY == - 20161008_PD2123 - Rechteinfo: Fotografische Urheberrechte sind garantiert. Der Kunde selbst hat insbesondere die Persˆnlichkeitsrechte der abgebildeten Personen in eigener Verantwortung zu beachten (AGBs Punkt 5). Keine Nutzung in Tageszeitungs-Beilagen! Nur redaktionelle Nutzung in Tageszeitungen, tagesaktueller TV-Berichterstattung (aktueller Dienst) und digitalen Ausspielkan‰len (Websites/Apps) im Umfang der Nutzungsvereinbarung. S‰mtliche andere Nutzungen sind nicht gestattet.
Hatton Shoots 62 At St Andrews To Lead Alfred Dunhill !
Engishman Tyrrell Hatton shot a course-record equallling 62 that included 10 birdies to take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at -17.
Hatton began his third round four shots behind leader Fisher, made birdies at four of his first six holes, birdied 8 and 9 to make the turn in 30 and take the lead. Fisher made birdie at 12 to share the lead and Hatton birdied 10 to take the lead back, parred the next 3 holes, made birdies at 14, 17 and 18 to finish with 62. Hatton said: “It’s quite clearly the best round I’ve ever had.”
Ross Fisher, who led after 2 rounds, is 3 strokes back after shooting 69 at Carnoustie to finish at -14, said: “It was still tricky out there. It was very firm, very fiery, but yeah, overall, I felt pretty pleased with the round.”
Joakim Lagergren from Sweden and South African Richard Sterne are one shot further back at -13, 1 ahead of German players Martin Kaymer and Florian Fritsch who are at -12. Kaymer said after today’s round: “I played really solid. It was a tricky start but I made a couple of par saves on two and three and really got it going from the fifth hole.” Marc Warren, a local favourite, shot a 67 at Carnoustie that included 9 birdies to finish at -11 and place him seventh.
Soren Kjeldsen and Lasse Jensen are at -10 with Renato Paratore and David Horsey at -9. Bernd Wiesberger leads the group at -8, that includes Borja Virto, Graeme McDowell, Jordan Zunic, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Alex Noren, 1st round leader.
Adrian Meronk and Johan Eliasch lead the team event at -29 after a score of -10 today.
The 247 yard par 3 16th hole at Carnoustie had 33 bogeys today, more than any other hole across all 3 courses.
All to play for on Sunday and lots more great golf to come with 20 players within 10 shots of the lead and more than 80 players under par.
golf-insider team