GolfAlfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022: Schedule, How To Watch, Tee Times

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022: Schedule, How To Watch, Tee Times

Scotland will host the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at the Old Course at St. Andrews, Carnoustie, and Kingsbarn. The DP World Tour’s top golfers are preparing to begin their competitions, with Rory McIlroy now leading the tour overall and six other competitors in the Top 10. Between September 29 and October 2, it will take place.

The oldest sponsor of the European Tour, Alfred Dunhill, hosts the lone professional event played each year over the storied Old Course at St. Andrews, along with the Championship Course at Carnoustie and “modern classic,” Kingsbarns. The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship has a recognizable and enduring allure for golfers and golf viewers alike.



It has a 54-hole stroke play style with yardages of 7,318 yards (6,692 meters) (SA), 7,394 yards (6,761 meters), and 7,228 yards (6,609 meters) (K). Regardless of whether the professional member of the team makes the individual cut, the top 60 professionals and the top 20 pro-am teams will be eligible to compete in the tournament, which has a 72 par and a US$5,000,000 prize pool. These athletes and teams continue to the championship round at St. Andrews.

Defending Champion: Danny Willett

At the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship in March, Willett was among the top ten. Later in May, he hosted the Richard Bland-winning Betfred British Masters at The Belfry. He defeated Tyrrell Hatton and Joakim Lagergren by two strokes to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in October. He became just the second Englishman and the first European to win at Augusta National in 17 years when he captured his maiden major championship at the 2016 Masters Tournament in April.

When will the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022 2022 be held?

There will be four rounds of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in 2022, which will begin on September 29 and end on October 2.

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022: Schedule

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022 consists of four rounds. The following table displays the schedule:

Events Date
Round 1 September 29
Round 2 September 30
Round 3 October 01
Final Round October 02

 

How to watch the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022 on TV?

  • Golf Channel
  • Peacock 
  • NBC Sports 

On the digital platforms of GOLF Channel, Peacock, and NBC Sports, three golf tournaments are being live streamed this week. The DP World Tour Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will feature Rory McIlroy and Matt Fitzpatrick among its competitors. The following airtime schedules (all in Eastern Time) are visible:

Round Date Streaming Time (ET)
Round 1 Sept. 29, Thursday 7am-12pm
Round 2 Sept. 30, Friday 7am-12pm
Round 3 Oct. 25, Saturday  7am-12pm
Finals  Oct. 27, Sunday  6.30am-12.30pm

 

How To Live-Stream The Tournament?

  • AT&T TV Now
  •  fuboTV

Although AT&T TV Now offers a seven-day free trial, the monthly cost begins at roughly $55. In addition to the Golf Channel, FuboTV offers a 7-day free trial and more than 100 more channels. The events can be streamed live on these digital platforms.

Where Will The Tournament Take Place?



  • Old Course (Golf course), St Andrews.
  • Carnoustie Golf Links 
  • Kingsbarns Golf Links

St. Andrews’ Old Course, sometimes referred to as the Old Lady or Grand Old Lady, is the world’s oldest golf course. The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship will take place here in 2022. The older courses are the best for competition. At the “home of golf,” St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland, the event is held on three different links courses. The Old Course at St. Andrews, Carnoustie Golf Links, and Kingsbarns Golf Links will all be used for the first three rounds.

Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2022 Tee Times: Round 1

All players start from tee#1:

Tee Times (ET)* 1st Hole
St. Andrews Golf Club – Old Course
8:00 AM Hennie du Plessis, George Coetzee
8:11 AM Scott Hend, Grant Forrest
8:22 AM Pablo Larrazabal, Laird Shepherd
8:33 AM Santiago Tarrio, Joakim Lagergren
8:44 AM Richie Ramsay, Daniel Gavins
8:55 AM David Howell, Oliver Bekker
9:06 AM Hurly Long, Ryan Fox
9:17 AM Adri Arnaus, Richard Bland
9:28 AM Ewen Ferguson, Matthew Southgate
9:39 AM Søren Kjeldsen, Rafa Cabrera Bello
9:50 PM Russell Chrystie, Oliver Hundebøll
10:01 AM Oliver Wilson, Guido Migliozzi
10:12 AM Peter Uihlein, Adrian Otaegui
10:23 AM Jordan Smith, Connor Syme
Carnoustie Golf Links – Main
8:00 AM Jeff Winther, David Drysdale
8:11 AM Robert Rock, Takumi Kanaya
8:22 AM Sami Valimaki, Marcus Kinhult
8:33 AM Marcus Helligkilde, Ricardo Gouveia
8:44 AM Hugo León, Calum Hill
8:55 AM Tapio Pulkkanen, Aaron Pike
9:06 AM Thriston Lawrence, Jovan Rebula
9:17 AM Thomas Aiken, Albert Venter
9:28 AM Justin Walters, Alejandro Cañizares
9:39 AM Steve Lewton, Louis De Jager
9:50 PM Chris Paisley, Scott Jamieson
10:01 AM Stephen Gallacher, Josh Armstrong
10:12 AM Neil Schietekat, Darren Fichardt
10:23 AM  Jazz Janewattananond, Craig Howie
Kingsbarns GC – Kingsbarns G.L.
8:00 AM Jack Singh Brar, Aaron Cockerill
8:11 AM Jack Senior, Rikard Karlberg
8:22 AM Renato Paratore, Shaun Norris
8:33 AM Zander Lombard, Dale Whitnell
8:44 AM Nicolas Colsaerts, Nicolai Von Dellingshausen
8:55 AM Trent Phillips, Tom Lewis
9:06 AM Tristen Strydom, Frederic Lacroix
9:17 AM David Micheluzzi, Daniel van Tonder
9:28 AM Laurie Canter, Maverick Antcliff
9:39 AM Steven Brown, Jaco Ahlers
9:50 PM Alexander Knappe, Jorge Campillo
10:01 AM Andrew Wilson, Kristoffer Broberg
10:12 AM Filippo Celli, Andrea Pavan
10:23 AM Paul Peterson, Niklas Norgaard Moller

 

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