In pictures: Check out some celebs who joined golfers at the Alfred Dunhill pro-am

In pictures: Check out some celebs who joined golfers at  the Alfred Dunhill pro-am

Celebrities and notable figures from the world of sport, entertainment and business teed off alongside professional golfers at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Thursday.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the famous faces taking part in the pro-am event, which is being played at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns in Scotland.

Justin Timberlake was among the celebrities playing the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Jane Barlow/PA)
Justin Timberlake was among the celebrities playing the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship (Jane Barlow/PA)

The American pop superstar, left, was playing alongside Justin Rose, right, at the event (Jane Barlow/PA)
The American pop superstar, left, was playing alongside Justin Rose, right, at the event (Jane Barlow/PA)

Another famous name from the world of music, Ronan Keating, and former footballer Jamie Redknapp waiting to get under way on the 10th (Jane Barlow/PA)
Another famous name from the world of music, Ronan Keating, and former footballer Jamie Redknapp waiting to get under way on the 10th (Jane Barlow/PA)

Gerry McIlroy was playing alongside his son Rory, the world number two, as he takes part in the event for the sixth time (Jane Barlow/PA)
Gerry McIlroy was playing alongside his son Rory, the world number two, as he takes part in the event for the sixth time (Jane Barlow/PA)

- Press Association

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