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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (46) / 1/1/1969
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 198
College: Scotland

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Paul Lawrie will act as tournament host as the European Tour stages a brand new event in his home town of Aberdeen this week.
The Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play will be held at Murcar Links Golf Club and the former Open champion is one of 64 players hoping to lift the trophy. Lawrie has played a key role in staging and promoting the tournament which will employ a straight knockout format over four days, with two rounds taking place on both Saturday and Sunday. The Scot, who was third at halfway in the Open Championship at St. Andrews before fading to T40, said, "My form is one of many reasons why I’m very excited about the week. It’s fantastic to be bringing another European Tour event to my home town of Aberdeen, after the Scottish Open was held at Royal Aberdeen last year." Gamers need to decide whether home advantage outweighs all the extra activities Lawrie has on his plate this week. Jul 28 - 4:24 AM

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Paul Lawrie netted a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in his second round of The Open Championship.

A Scot in his native land is expected to solve the challenges of Mother Nature. Of course, that's not always how it works out, but Lawrie helped prove the theory. He totaled 14 greens in regulation during his disjointed second round and covered a lone bogey with three birdies. Most impressively, the 1999 Open champ played the last 14 holes in bogey-free 2-under. At 8-under 136, he's just two shots off Dustin Johnson's 36-hole lead.
Jul 18 - 2:38 PM

Scotland's own Paul Lawrie fashioned a 6-under-par 31-35=66 in his opening round of The 144th Open Championship.

The 1999 champ has yet to record another top 25 in this tournament, yet he here is just one swing back of the clubhouse lead at St. Andrews. Obviously, it's early, but it's better than all alternatives. Lawrie landed 13 greens in regulation and dropped seven birdies before a lone bogey at the par-4 17th hole.
Jul 16 - 10:09 AM

Former Open champion Paul Lawrie kept a bogey off his card in a 4-under-par 35-33=68 at the BMW International Open in Germany on Thursday.

Lawrie has vast experience of this week's course, Golfclub München Eichenried, although he did miss seven cuts in succession at the par 72 before a T17 in 2010 when he opened 69-65. Today's opening lap started with an early birdie at 11 before further par breakers at 1, 5 and 9. The Scot's short game was his strength today as he went 5-for-5 in scrambling after hitting 13 greens in regulation and splitting only 7 (of 14) fairways. Right now, he's two behind leader Andrew Johnston.
Jun 25 - 9:09 AM

Paul Lawrie continued his love affair with the Commerical Bank Qatar Masters by carding a 5-under-par 33-34=67 in the opening round.

Lawrie has his name engraved on the trophy twice having taken the title in 1999 - the same year he won The Open Championship - and again 13 years later in 2012. He plotted his way around Doha Golf Club in expert fashion once more on Wednesday, keeping a bogey off his card. The veteran Scot, who was 20th in Abu Dhabi last week, birdied three, five and seven to be out in three-under 33. He added another at 10 and a final par breaker at 16 to finish just two shots behind leader Oliver Fisher.
Jan 21 - 8:16 AM

Paul Lawrie has played in The Open Championship every year since 1992 and is back again this week.

Lawrie was the winner of the 1999 edition, and is also one of the players who has seen Royal Liverpool in competition back in 2006. He missed the cut that year. Unlike some past champions who are merely in attendance for a stroll down memory lane, Lawrie's been competitive here of late. He's made the last three cuts including a T26 last year. Given the success of the over-40 crowd the last few years, he's a decent option in deep leagues.
Source: TheOpen.com
Wed, Jul 16, 2014 12:17:00 PM

Paul Lawrie readies for his fourth World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational.

Lawrie’s highlight was a T21 in 1999, with a T50 last year representing his most recent effort. He is in the field by virtue of his win at the 2012 Johhnie Walker Championship and as a member of the 2012 European Ryder cup team. A T32 in the U.S. Open and a T26 at The Open Championship have him arriving at Firestone in steady form.
Tue, Jul 30, 2013 09:35:00 PM

Paul Lawrie enters the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club ranked 43rd in the world.

The Scot hasn't played in a U.S. Open since 2004, and missed the cut in three of his four attempts. He's been on the slide lately, owning just one top 10 in 2013. That came in his first event, where he tied for seventh at the Volvo Golf Champions.
Source: USOpen.com
Mon, Jun 10, 2013 10:08:00 PM

Paul Lawrie will tee it up in his seventh Masters this week.

Lawrie tied for 24th in 2012 in what was his first trip to Augusta National since a T37 in 2004. In all, he’s made three of his six cuts, with two top 25s. If you are looking for a sleeper to plug in with the hopes of just being around for the weekend, he could be a shrewd selection.
Source: Masters.com
Mon, Apr 8, 2013 10:08:00 PM

Paul Lawrie is set to take on Scott Piercy in the opening round of the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship.

While Piercy is likely to be pick many American fans will flirt with, consider that Lawrie made it to the round of 16 last year. He knocked off Justin Rose and Ryo Ishikawa in the process before Martin Laird bounced him. While it’s not likely he will advance all the way through the Snead Bracket, he’s the kind of player that can bust your bracket.
Mon, Feb 18, 2013 09:12:00 PM

Paul Lawrie defeated Brandt Snedeker 5 and 3 in their singles match at the 39th Ryder Cup.

Lawrie had yet to earn a point for the week, but made quick work of the American rookie in his lap around Medinah. The European won seven holes by circling four birdies and an eagle, twice winning with pars. Snedeker's first win came in the form of a birdie the par-5 10th, and he stayed alive by winning the par-5 14th with another birdie. It would be enough, as Lawrie closed out the match with a tap-in birdie on the par-4 15th. Lawrie and Snedeker each finish the week with 1-2-0 records. With this victory, the Europeans inched within two points of the Americans with 10 matches still on the course.
Sun, Sep 30, 2012 04:11:00 PM

Paul Lawrie recorded a four-stroke victory at the Johnnie Walkie Championship at Gleneagles at The Gleneagles Hotel in Auchterrarder, Scotland.

The native Scot slept on a one-stroke margin entering today's finale, and then closed with a 4-under-par 34-34=68 to secure the win at 16-under 272. Brett Rumford earned runner-up honors at 12-under 276. Lawrie was the only golfer in the field to card four rounds in the 60s. It's his second title of the season and eighth career on the European Tour, three of which have occurred in his homeland. Remember, he elected not to compete in the U.S. Open in order to focus on a berth in the Ryder Cup. He automatically qualified for the biennial competition at the conclusion of today's event.
Sun, Aug 26, 2012 12:01:00 PM

Paul Lawrie followed his opening 65 at the British Open with a 1-over-par 33-38=71 in his second round.

He hit 11 greens in regulation for the second consecutive round, but offset four birdies with a bogey and two doubles today. He reached the midpoint in 4-under 136, six strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Fri, Jul 20, 2012 01:07:00 PM

Paul Lawrie carded a 5-under-par 32-33=65 in his opening round of the British Open, finishing one stroke off the clubhouse lead.

The 1999 champion of this tournament has enjoyed a return to relevance and form this season. Among his six top 10s was a win in Qatar and a T2 at the BMW PGA Championship. At Royal Lytham & St. Annes today, he split 10 (of 14) fairways and hit just 11 greens, but he limited the damage to one bogey while picking up three birdies on each side.
Thu, Jul 19, 2012 09:56:00 AM

Paul Lawrie announced this week that he'll forego a spot in the U.S. Open to focus on accumulating points for a berth into the Ryder Cup.

"I am not going to play the Nordea Masters in Sweden the week before the U.S. Open either because there is a long run of events after that and if I am to miss an event on the schedule then it is the US Open," the Scot said. "My record in the U.S. Open is not good and I understand that it is a major but I feel I have more chance of playing well at the BMW International Open the week after the U.S. Open. ... I know people are going to be surprised when they learn this but I stand more chance of earning Ryder Cup points at the BMW in Cologne than in the U.S. Open. ... It’s a decision I had been thinking about for a long time but if you know you can’t compete in a particular tournament then why go? It’s a big call and a lot of people are going to say I should be playing but you have to do what you feel is best. My goal right now is to make the Ryder Cup team so I have to set in place a schedule where I feel I can earn the most Ryder Cup points."
Thu, May 3, 2012 02:55:00 PM