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Race To Dubai
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
Old Course St. Andrews, Carnoustie & Kingsbarns
Scotland, United Kingdom - Scotland 07 Oct 2010 - 10 Oct 2010
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Kaymer completes remarkable hattrick
Martin Kaymer won his third European Tour event in a row after overcoming the challenge of Danny Willett to take the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Parry maintains slender lead
England's John Parry, chasing his second win in a row, led German Martin Kaymer, seeking his third in succession, by one with nine holes to play in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at windy a St Andrews.
Kaymer catches Parry
German Martin Kaymer, winner of his past two tournaments, needed only one hole to move from two behind to joint leader with England's John Parry in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship final round at a windy St Andrews.
Parry retains advantage
Lee Westwood could be crowned as the new World Number One at The Home of Golf - but it is his compatriot John Parry who remains on course to emerge as the winner of one of Europe's richest events at St Andrews.
Westwood makes his move
Lee Westwood gave himself a chance to become World Number One with a superb charge at Carnoustie, but John Parry was still the man to catch in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Parry powers into commanding lead
England's John Parry left the rest of the field, including nine of Europe's victorious Ryder Cup Team, trailing in his wake as the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship reached the halfway stage.
Parry pulls clear
England's John Parry, winner of his first European Tour title only two weeks ago, charged five strokes clear of the field with a superb seven under par 65 at St Andrews.
Parry and Lafeber claim slender advantage
John Parry made a good start to his second round at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship as the Englishman looks to secure back-to-back wins on The European Tour.
Quartet share first round lead
Martin Laird, Thomas Björn, Ricardo Gonzalez and Maarten Lafeber all carded six under par rounds to claim a share of the first round lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Laird claims early lead
Martin Laird marked a rare return to Scotland with a six under par 66 at Kingsbarns to claim a share of the clubhouse lead at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
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