Danny Willett started his third lap in sunny conditions and finished the race in heavy rain and strong winds. He played good golf at the old St Andrews course and hit a 66. With 6 under par, the Briton led the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Saturday by three strokes. The British Open fans can buy British Open Tickets from our website.

Danny Willett surpasses Tyrrell Hatton's lead in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship
Danny Willett surpasses Tyrrell Hatton’s lead in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship

Willett, who has a total score of 14 under par, returns to golf home on Sunday (the day he turns 34) in pursuit of his eighth career win, the BMW PGA Championship 2019 in September which also marks two years. The first win.

He had a career playing 73 under par there, sixth in the 2015 British Open at St Andrew’s. The Masters champion 2016 also has a good record on the old track, the final second in the 2010 event.

Tyrrell Hatton two-time champion shot 71 against Shane Lowry (67), John Murphy (67) Round two leader, and Richard Bland (64). One of the four players came in second. They all played the third round in St Andrews.

From Thursday to Saturday, each player on the pitch plays a round of matches at St Andrews, Kings Barnes, and Carnoustie – three of Scotland’s most famous courses. Those who qualify will return to St Andrew’s to participate in the final round.

Danny Willett

Willett took advantage of favourable early conditions to catch three birdies on the first seven holes, starting at the 2nd hole at 4 feet, closer to the 5th hole, and then closer to the 7th hole at 10 feet.

Willett took advantage of favorable early conditions to catch three birdies on the first seven holes
Willett took advantage of favourable early conditions to catch three birdies on the first seven holes

The weather turned rough, but Willett still managed to finish a lap with no bogeys. After hitting the green and birdieing two shots on the 10th hole, Willett came in second with Daniel Gavins, then playing with Kingsbarns, with a score of 12 under par.

Hatton was still leading at the time, shooting 14 under par, catching four birdies in a row from 2nd, but he failed to make a second shot and swallowed three consecutive bogeys from 13th.

Combined with Gavins’ bogey-double, bogey-double, Willett opened the door for Willett. Willett eventually threw 3 feet and won the sixth birdie of the day.

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