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Dunhill Links Championship photos

Samuel L. Jackson and Tim Henman

Actor Samuel L Jackson and former British tennis star Tim Henman chat before day two of the Dunhill Links Championship

Hugh Grant (right)

Four Weddings and a Funeral actor Hugh Grant suffers an early blow as he drives into the burn on the first hole at St Andrews

Wladimir Klitschko

Wladimir Klitschko also finds himself in trouble at the same hole, the heavyweight boxing champion playing out the rough

Colin Montgomerie

Colin Montgomerie manages a smile despite undergoing shoulder treatment during his two-under first round on Thursday

Sir Steve Redgrave

Sir Steve Redgrave was the best of the celebs on day one, partnering Francesco Molinari for an 11-under 61 at Kingsbarns

Shane Warne

Aussie king of spin Shane Warne is almost unrecognisable as he wraps up on a chilly day in St Andrews

Unho Park of Australia

Unho Park of Australia celebrates a hole in one at the eighth of the Kingsbarns course

Sir Ian Botham (left) and playing partner David Howell

A very dapper-looking Sir Ian Botham receives some advice from playing partner David Howell at St Andrews

Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan challenges Botham in the fashion stakes as he takes to the course at Carnoustie

Jean van der Velde

Frenchman Jean van der Velde finds himself in a spot of bother at Kingbarns, playing his third shot at the 12th off the beach

Huey Lewis (left) and Dan Quayle

The Dunhill Links event attracts a huge variety of celebrities, including singer Huey Lewis and former US vice-president Dan Quayle

see also
Dunhill Links leaderboard
09 Apr 08 |  Live scores
Celebrities to hit the fairways
26 Sep 08 |  Tayside and Central

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