Alfred Dunhill Links Championship 2013: Day 3 Schedule, Tee Times and More

Ryan RudnanskySenior Writer ISeptember 28, 2013

ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND - SEPTEMBER 27:  Tom Lewis of England waves to the camera after finishing his round as leader during the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on The Old Course, at St Andrews on September 27, 2013 in St Andrews, Scotland.  (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)
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After two days at the 2013 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, young Tom Lewis has surprised the world, taking sole possession of first place with a 15-under-par 129.

The 22-year-old has been consistent thus far, posting a seven-under-par 65 on Friday after registering an eight-under par 64 on Thursday. The Brit has missed the cut in 12 tournaments on the European Tour this year, and he's coming off a 59th-place finish at Golf Club Torino La Mandria.

European Tour No. 11 Joost Luiten trails Lewis by one stroke after posting a nine-under-par 63 on Friday.

Let's take a look at the schedule, tee times and pairings for Day 3 of the 2013 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. 


TV Schedule

United Kingdom1:30 p.m. GMT to 5:30 p.m. GMTSky Sports 3
United States8:30 a.m. ET to 12:30 p.m. ETGolf Channel



1Tom Lewis-15
2Joost Luiten-14
T3Richard McEvoy-13
T3Hennie Otto-13
T3Tommy Fleetwood-13
T3Mark Foster -13
T3Oliver Wilson-13
T3Peter Uihlein-13
T9Soren Kjeldsen-12
T9Thomas Levet-12
T9Jamie Donaldson-12


Day 3 Schedule

All times are BST (subtract five hours for EDT). Schedule courtesy of the European Tour.

Joost Luiten, currently in second place, tees off at 9:44 a.m BST at St. Andrews. Paired with Paul McGinley, the 27-year-old is coming off a win at the KLM Open. He has two victories and seven top-10 finishes this year. 

Peter Uihlein, the No. 30 player on the European Tour, will tee off at 10:28 a.m. He shot a 12-under-par 60 on Friday to soar into a tie for third place. He won the Reno-Tahoe Open and placed sixth at the Puerto Rico Open on the PGA Tour this year. He won the Madeira Islands Open and has six top-10 finishes on the European Tour this year.

Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen will also be paired together at St. Andrews. They tee off at 10:17 a.m.

Round 3 Tee Times at St Andrews
Time (Hole)GolferGolfer
9 a.m. (1)James KingstonBranden Grace
9 a.m. (10)Phillip PriceGregory Havret
9:11 a.m. (1)Andrew DodtThomas Aiken
9:11 a.m. (10)Michael HoeyGregory McGrane
9:22 a.m. (1)Paul LawrieJeev Milkha Singh
9:22 a.m. (10)Daniel PopovicMatthew Nixon
9:33 a.m. (1)Stephen GallacherRich Beem
9:33 a.m. (10)Andy SullivanGareth Paddison
9:44 a.m. (1)Paul McGinleyJoost Luiten
9:44 a.m. (10)Oliver BekkerFredrik Andersson Hed
9:55 a.m. (1)David LynnDavid Howell
9:55 a.m. (10)Chris DoakAndreas Harto
10:06 a.m. (1)Ernie ElsRichard Sterne
10:06 a.m. (10)Doug McGuiganNick Dougherty
10:17 a.m. (1)Charl SchwartzelLouis Oosthuizen
10:17 a.m. (10)Richard BlandSeve Benson
10:28 a.m. (1)Retief GoosenPete Uihlein
10:28 a.m. (10)Anthony BrownSam Little
10:39 a.m. (1)Paul Casey Darren Fichardt
10:39 a.m. (10)Peter LawrieChris Paisley
10:50 a.m. (1)Vijay SinghPadraig Harrington
10:50 a.m. (10)Alexander LevyMarcus Fraser
11:01 a.m. (1)Rafa Cabrera-BelloMartin Kaymer
11:01 a.m. (10)Scott HendJulien Quesne
11:12 a.m. (1)Jamie DonaldsonDarren Clarke
11:12 a.m. (10)Bjorn AkessonJose Manuel Lara
11:23 a.m. (1)Shaun MicheelOliver Fisher
11:23 a.m. (10)Martin WiegeleBernd Weisberger


Leader Tom Lewis will tee off at 10:06 a.m. BST at Carnoustie, looking to continue his impressive run this far.

Hennie Otto, currently tied for third place at 13 under, will tee off before Lewis at 9 a.m. Otto, the No. 112 player on tour, is coming off an eight-place finish at Golf Club Torino La Mandria. He also posted a top-10 finish at the Tshwane Open early in the year.

Soren Kjeldsen, currently tied for ninth, will tee off at 9:22 a.m. Kjeldsen, the No. 62 player on tour, missed the cut at Golf Club Torino La Mandria but placed eighth at the KLM Open. He has three top-10 finishes this year.

Mark Foster also tees off at Carnoustie. The Brit has two top-10 finishes this year, and he's coming off a 16th-place finish at Golf Club Torino La Mandria.

Round 3 Tee Times at Carnoustie
Time (Hole)GolferGolfer
9 a.m. (1)Matteo DelpodioChris Wood
9 a.m. (10)Steve WebsterHennie Otto
9:11 a.m. (1)Simon DysonRobert Rock
9:11 a.m. (10)Thongchai JaideeHaydn Porteous
9:22 a.m. (1)Soren KjeldsenTjaart Van Der Walt
9:22 a.m. (10)Espen KofstadRobert Jan-Derksen
9:33 a.m. (1)Greg Chalmers Brooks Koepka
9:33 a.m. (10)Anthony Wall Kristoffer Broberg
9:44 a.m. (1)Scott JamiesonJustin Walters
9:44 a.m. (10)Danny WillettGraeme Storm
9:55 a.m. (1)S.S.P. ChowrasiaKeith Horne
9:55 a.m. (10)Rhys DaviesJohn Parry
10:06 a.m. (1)Oliver WilsonBrandon Stone
10:06 a.m. (10)Richie RamsayTom Lewis
10:17 a.m. (1)Brett RumfordMichael Campbell
10:17 a.m. (10)Gareth MaybinEduardo De La Riva
10:28 a.m. (1)Garth MulroyRoss Fisher
10:28 a.m. (10)Ignacio GarridoAlejandro Canizares
10:39 a.m. (1)Mark BrownMikko Ilonen
10:39 a.m. (10)Ken DukeRaphael Jaquelin
10:50 a.m. (1)Maximilian KiefferJake Roos
10:50 a.m. (10)David HigginsSimon Thornton
11:01 a.m. (1)Chris LloydNeil Raymond
11:01 a.m. (10)Richard GreenShane Lowry
11:12 a.m. (1)Matthew MillarMark Foster
11:12 a.m. (10)Max OrrinPeter Wilson
11:23 a.m. (1)Lorenzo GagliEddie Pepperell
11:23 a.m. (10)Matthew BaldwinGary Lockerbie


Richard McEvoy leads the golfers at Kingsbarns. The 34-year-old has missed 11 cuts on the European Tour this year, but that hasn't stopped him from going 13 under through two rounds. McEvoy ranks 120th on tour.

Tommy Fleetwood tees off at 9:33 a.m. The No. 32 player on the European Tour won the Johnnie Walker Championship at Glen Eagles this year.

Thomas Levet will tee off at 11:12 a.m. Levet's best finish this year is 26th at the ISPS Handa Wales Open. He's currently tied for ninth place at 12 under.

Round 3 Tee Times at Kingsbarns
Time (Hole)GolferGolfer
9 a.m. (1)Christian CevaerJorge Campillo
9 a.m. (10)Scott HenryMarc Warren
9:11 a.m. (1)Ricardo GonzalezJohan Edfors
9:11 a.m. (10)Alvaro QuirosThorbjorn Olesen
9:22 a.m. (1)Peter WhitefordEmiliano Grillo
9:22 a.m. (10)Justin Thomas Jaco Van Zyl
9:33 a.m. (1)Fabrizio ZanottiDavid Duval
9:33 a.m. (10)Tommy FleetwoodSoren Hansen
9:44 a.m. (1)Simon KhanRomain Wattel
9:44 a.m. (10)Jesper ParnevikAlessandro Tadini
9:55 a.m. (1)Gregory BourdyRikard Karlberg
9:55 a.m. (10)Felipe AguilarPablo Larrazabal
10:06 a.m. (1)Robert ColesTrevor Fisher Jnr
10:06 a.m. (10)Anders HansenMorten Orum Madsen
10:17 a.m. (1)Joel SjoholmJB Hansen
10:17 a.m. (10)Maarten LafeberSimon Wakefield
10:28 a.m. (1)James MorrisonPaul Waring
10:28 a.m. (10)Craig LeeMike Miller
10:39 a.m. (1)Richard McEvoyDavid Drysdale
10:39 a.m. (10)Ricardo SantosNiclas Fasth
10:50 a.m. (1)Gaganjeet BhullarJason Norris
10:50 a.m. (10)Peter O'MalleyDavid Horsey
11:01 a.m. (1)Steven JonesMagnus A Carlsson
11:01 a.m. (10)Lee SlatteryRichard Finch
11:12 a.m. (1)George MurrayMark Tullo
11:12 a.m. (10)Thomas Levet Victor Dubuisson
11:23 a.m. (1)Jean-Baptiste GonnetAlexandre Kaleka
11:23 a.m. (10)Alex NorenJose Maria Olazabal


It's sure to be another exciting day at the 2013 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Saturday, as some of the top golfers in the world battle for a smart spot ahead of the final day of the tournament.


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