Alfred Dunhill Championship: Shorts permitted for first time in European Tour event
Since players will be permitted to wear shorts through the four tournament days of the Alfred Dunhill Championship history will be made on the European Tour this week.
Suicide manager David Williams affirmed the decision had been taken in your mind with health and safety, with temperatures predicted to reach as large as 40 degrees at Leopard Creek from the Kruger National Park.
Players are allowed to wear shorts during practice rounds ahead of European Tour events but this week may mark the first time.
The move was welcomed by a number including Ernie Els, a three-time winner of this event but not because 2006.
“It’s a really cool thing to do,” said the South African American. “We have been talking about it for such a long time on all the excursions around the world. We’ve been wearing shorts in training rounds, and we get to in the championship, so I think that it’s great news.”
Oliver Wilson resisted the European Union through social websites while also outlining his desire to build in an inviting 2019 season, in which he finished 66th to Dubai.
“The 2019 season moved fairly well, so I’m anticipating the new season, and now I hope that I get a fantastic couple of tournaments in before Christmas,” stated the former Ryder Cup star.
“This is one of my favourites any place on earth. It’s a phenomenal location, since I came down here one which I have been in love for the previous 15 years.
“it is a particular place and I have always liked coming back here. I have not played well here. I played well but complete, I have not actually got into disagreements therefore I’d love to rectify this.
“When I play decent, I’ll get into emptiness. It is kind of this simple. My game is improving all the time, so when I can perform how I have been then I feel confident.”