‘Only Ones I’ve Got’: Days After Scripting History, Europe’s Tommy Fleetwood Finds Himself Haunted by a New Nightmare

Tommy Fleetwood is basking in the afterglow of the Ryder Cup victory. After a successful campaign at Marco Simone, winning three crucial points for his team, he is back on the greens at St. Andrews, a golf course he has spoken glowingly about many times.



Paired up with amateur golfer Ogden Phiips II, the British golfer is currently looking for his maiden PGA Tour victory this week at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.



But a Ryder Cup victory is not easy to get over, as his recent comments reveal. Lifting the trophy on Sunday is important. But no less important is keeping his Ryder Cup-themed shoes shiny and polished by the end of the tournament. During a press conference, Fleetwood couldn’t hide his concern for the shoes wearing which he sealed Europe’s victory at Marco Simone.



Fleetwood is in love with European-themed shoes. So much so that he didn’t want to wear them at this year’s Alfred Dunhill, afraid of ruining it. But in the end, he couldn’t resist the temptation.



The Alfred Dunhill Links Tournament is played through three courses over four days across Fife, Scotland. The weather condition is overcast, with clouds hanging around and rains pouring in occasionally. And because of it, Fleetwood fears that the mud might ruin his shoes.


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