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Darren Clarke played his 2nd shot at the 4th from behind the ropes during day Three of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at The Old Course, St Andrews. Photo:

Flying start at St Andrews sees Ernie Els storm into contention

Mighty Thor: Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen celebrates winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Picture: Getty)

The mighty Thor as Olesen conquers in Dunhill Links Championship

Walking tall: Thorbjorn Olesen is all smiles after moving into a three-shot lead at the Dunhill Links Championship ((Picture: Getty)

Olesen finds his form again to lead the Dunhill Links

Blue sky thinking: Paul Lawrie helps launch Scottish Golf, the new unified governing body for the amateur game (PIcture: Kevin Kirk)

Scottish Golf tees-off new era as merged body is officially launched

See you Jimmy: English rookie Jimmy Mullen shares the lead at the halfway stage of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Picture: Getty)

Mullen and Dunne continue seamless transition at Dunhill Links

Drysdale up-and-running in Dunhill Links just days after being on crutches

Sky Sports to broadcast the 2016 Open after BBC request early release from contract

Sky Sports to broadcast the 2016 Open after BBC request early release from contract

Useful weapon: Paul Lawrie is confident his new putter can aid his title tilt in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Picture: Getty)

Paul Lawrie finds his form on the greens to lift the putting blues

Talk of the toon: Martin Kaymer is one of a number of major champions competing in the Dunhill Links Championship (Picture: SNS)

Home comforts for Kaymer as he stays loyal to European Tour

PASSAU, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 24: Marc Warren of Scotland plays a shot during the first round of the Porsche European Open at Golf Resort Bad Griesbach on September 24, 2015 in Passau, Germany.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images). (39659754)

Marc Warren makes case for EurAsia Cup selection

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 04:  Scott Jamieson of Scotland tees off on the fifth hole on day two of the M2M Russian Open at Skolkovo Golf Club on September 4, 2015 in Moscow, Russia.  (Photo by Harry Engels/Getty Images). (37572066)

Scott Jamieson ready to pounce at Porsche European Open

Jason Day celebrates winning the BMW Championship his fifth victory in seven tournaments. Picture: AP

Just another Day at work for golf's new No.1

Gleneagles set to woo Solheim Cup visiting party

United States Michelle Wie holds the trophy at the Solheim Cup golf tournament in St. Leon-Rot, southern Germany. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

Solheim Cup 2015: USA beat Europe in Germany

Explanation: Suzann Pettersen of the European team describes to her captain Carin Koch (l) the length of putt that she did not concede to Alison Lee on the 17th green.

Suzann Pettersen defends her actions in Solheim Cup row

Dame Laura Davies believes the whole atmosphere at the Solheim Cup changed after Pettersen's action on the 17th hole. Picture: PA

Pettersen controversy big factor in Europe losing Solheim Cup, says Dame Laura Davies

Top of the game: Jason Day is the new world number one after securing victory at the BMW Championship

Jason Day admits world number one status hasn't sunk in after BMW Championship win

MONZA, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 20:  Rikard Karlberg of Sweden plays his second shot on the 18th hole during the final round of the 72nd Open d'Italia at Golf Club Milano on September 20, 2015 in Monza, Italy.  (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) (39166543)

Italian Open: Karlberg capitalises on Kaymer's mistakes to triumph in play-off

California Dreaming: Great Britain & Ireland's club professionals celebrate winning the PGA Cup for the first time on US soil (Picture: Getty)

GB&I claim historic PGA Cup victory

Suzann Pettersen and her captain Carin Koch discuss the length of putt that she did not concede to Alison Lee on the 17th green. Picture: David Cannon/Getty Images

Fury gives way to joy as USA use sense of injustice to fuel Solheim Cup win

Good fist of it: Graham Fox (left) and David Dixon helped GB&I to draw level with the USA in the PGA Cup (Picture: Getty)

Bevan's boys on course to make history in PGA Cup

Catriona Matthew in action during the morning foursomes matches in the 2015 Solheim Cup

Matthew ends day in style as Europe cling on to narrow lead in Solheim Cup

Catriona Matthew lines a put on the first green at Sankt Leon-Rot in Germany

Catriona Matthew hopes point will lead to prizes for Europe in Solheim Cup

Gloves are off: Scotland's Graham Fox in the heat of the battle during the PGA Cup match with the USA in California (Picture: Getty)

USA roar back as GB&I fall behind in PGA Cup

The Wright way: Tartan Tour man Gareth Wright (left) helped GB&I draw level with the US on day two of the PGA Cup (Picture: Getty)

Fluctuating fortunes as PGA Cup stays evenly balanced

Craig Lee is finding some strong form as the end of the season approaches

'Ecstatic' Craig Lee stays on course with another 67 at Monza

Tiger trouble: Tiger Woods has had more surgery on his back (Picture: PA)

Tiger Woods sidelined until early 2016 after more back surgery

Love story: Davis Love III is a 'born leader' according to PGA of America president Derek Sprague (Picture: Getty)

Ryder Cup cloud has a silver lining for Team USA

Job done: Scotland's Graham Fox (left) and David Dixon celebrate their opening fourballs win in the PGA Cup in California (Picture: Getty)

California dreaming as GB&I make flying start in PGA Cup

Jason Day of Australia lines up a putt during his first round Conway Farms

Jason Day narrowly misses a 59 as he takes charge of BMW Championship

A general view of the first tee during the morning foursomes on day one of the Solheim Cup at St Leon-Rot in Germany

Europe and USA deadlocked after Solheim Cup foursomes

Up for the Cup: Graham Fox (right) and Gareth Wright will play for GB&I in the PGA Cup against the US this weekend (PIcture: Getty)

Fox on the run as GB&I go for PGA Cup glory

Lee is three shots off the lead after shooting a five-under round of 67 that included a first-hole eagle. Picture: Getty

Early eagle puts Lee in contention at Italian Open

Suzan Pettersen takes a 'selfie' of herself with her European Solheim Cup team-mates

Anna Nordqvist believes Solheim Cup pressure is all on USA

Catriona Matthew is a likely candidate for a Solheim Cup captaincy herself but may have to wait until 2019 at Gleneagles. Picture: Getty Images

'Granny' Matthew still capable of showing the young ones how its done in the Solheim Cup

Silver lining: Great Britain & Ireland's amateurs celebrate winning the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham (Picture: PA)

A Sunday stroll as GB&I surge to Walker Cup victory

Dressed for success: Europe's Solheim Cup team line up ahead of this weekend's match with the USA in Germany (Picture: Getty)

Preparation, team spirit and tragedy driving Europe on in Solheim Cup

Job Dunne: Ireland's Paul Dunne gained the half point that gave GB&I victory in the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham (Picture: Getty)

GB&I win the Walker Cup

Holding his nerve: Ewen Ferguson putts on the 18th green on his way to a narrow singles victory in the Walker Cup (Picture: Getty)

Ferguson stands firm as GB&I seize Walker Cup lead

All smiles: Jack McDonald (right) and Cormac Sharvin scored another foursomes victory for GB&I in the Walker Cup (Picture: PA)

GB&I remain on course for Walker Cup glory

Calling time: Peter Dawson, the chief executive of the Royal & Ancient, will retire later this month (Picture: Getty)

Peter Dawson on the back-nine as R&A retirement looms

EVIAN-LES-BAINS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 13:  Lydia Ko of New Zealand celebrates winning on the 18th hole during the final round of the Evian Championship Golf on September 13, 2015 in Evian-les-Bains, France.  (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images) (38410141

Evian Championship: Ko in cruise control and into golfing history books

ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - SEPTEMBER 13:  Thomas Pieters of Belgium poses with the trophy after winning the KLM Open held at Kennemer G & CC on September 13, 2015 in Zandvoort, Netherlands.  (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images) (38410489)

KLM Open: Double delight for Thomas Pieters

Jimmy Mullen of Great Britain and Ireland is congratulated by team captain Nigel Edwards Picture: Getty

Edwards hails his record-breaking Walker Cup heroes

The Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup Team celebrate their victory Picture: Getty

Great Britain and Ireland win Walker Cup in emphatic style

Up for the Cup: Juli Inkster, the American captain, is aiming to stop Europe winning a third successive Solheim Cup (Picture: Getty)

Sleepless nights as Solheim showdown looms

Jack high: Jack McDonald, and his foursomes partner Cormac Sharvin, helped GB&I build an early 3-1 lead over the USA in the Walker Cup (Picture: PA)

GB&I strike early blow in Walker Cup

TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND - JULY 30:  Catriona Matthew of Scotland hits her 3rd shot on the 12th hole during the First Round of the Ricoh Women's British Open at Turnberry Golf Club on July 30, 2015 in Turnberry, Scotland.  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images).

Catriona Matthew off the pace but in the cut at Evian Championship

ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - SEPTEMBER 11:  Matthew Fitzpatrick of England lines up a putt on the 8th hole green during Day 2 of the KLM Open held at Kennemer G & CC on September 11, 2015 in Zandvoort, Netherlands.  (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

Matt Fitpatrick so close to history at KLM Open

Waiting Game: Ewen Ferguson (left) and Grant Forrest will both sit out the opening foursomes in the Walker Cup (Picture: Getty)

Fergie time put on hold as Scot plays Walker Cup waiting game

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