2020/21 European Tour – Alfred Dunhill Links Championship Preview & Prediction
When is the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship? 30th September - 3rd October 2021
Where is the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship? Old Course St. Andrews, Carnoustie & Kingsbarns, Scotland
What is the total prize fund of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship? $5,000,000
What television channel can I watch the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on in the UK? This tournament will be televised live on Sky Sports Golf (channel 405)
Where can I stream the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in the UK? This tournament can be streamed live via the Sky Go app
Where can I get tickets for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship? Check the official tournament website for the latest ticket information
What is the course yardage at Old Course St. Andrews? 7,318 yards
What is the par at Old Course St. Andrews? 72
What is the predicted weather for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship? Highs of 15c but rain looks set to be prevalent during all four days
- Alex Noren has produced some consistent golf in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship with four top 20 finishes in his last six appearances here and that kind of form could be improved on this time around.
- Noren will be eager to break into the top 50 in the world rankings and a strong showing here could open plenty of doors for him which can be the case after two top-ten finishes on the PGA Tour of late, highlighting his quality.
TIP: Winner e/w (18/1)
- Branden Grace produced a solid enough showing at the Dutch Open, finishing in a share of 12th place, and he will be looking to be in the mix again as he looks to earn his tenth win on the European Tour.
- Grace has won this event previously, all the way back in 2012 when he did so with a record score, and he has also come close since while his performances playing links golf makes him an extremely likeable pick this week.
TIP: Winner e/w (28/1)
- In just his second Ryder Cup, Tyrrell Hatton produced a solid performance and was statistically Europe’s third-best player, producing 1.5 points from his four matches and he showed enough in his efforts at Whistling Straits to suggest he can produce the goods here.
- This final selection was a tough call between Hatton and European teammate Tommy Fleetwood with both desperate to put their Ryder Cup disappointment behind them but Hatton is a two-time winner of this event so he just gets the nod to go close here.
TIP: Winner e/w (18/1)