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Golf Australia Express : Issue 13
SOME OF the best- known and most enthusiastic amateur golfers join a world-class field of professionals at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Hollywood star Hugh Grant, rock music legends Don Felder of the Eagles and Huey Lewis are just three. A quartet of Britain’s sporting knights— Sirs Ian Botham, Bobby Charlton, Matthew Pinsent and Steve Redgrave—lead a lockerroom full of sporting stars that also include current cricketer Andrew Strauss and former players Michael Vaughan, Allan Lamb, Steve Waugh and Shane Warne. PEEK THE What’s happening on the European Tour this week THE STARS Two albatrosses shot by Lee Westwood and Steen Tinning at the ninth and third holes respectively during the third round of the 2003 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship marked the first time in European Tour history that two albatrosses were made in the same round of a tournament. FUN FACT THE AMATEURS