Paul Lawrie

Lawrie's career was transformed in 1999. After winning the Qatar Masters early in the season, he went on to win the 1999 Open Championship at Carnoustie in July. An unusual aspect of Lawrie's victory was that he was neither leader nor co-leader at any time during his regulation 72 holes, and he came back from the largest third-round deficit ever faced by a major championship winner; going into the final day, he trailed the leader, Van de Velde, by 10 shots. This is also the record for the biggest final-round comeback on the PGA Tour.

Lawrie has an immense passion for junior golfers and through the Paul Lawrie Foundation, he has reached thousands of juniors to build and maintain their interest in golf. In 2012, he bought the Aspire Golf Centre in Aberdeen, now called the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre, to continue developing and supporting the game for juniors.

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European Tour Wins

  • 2012 Commercialbank Qatar Masters
  • 2012 Johnnie Walker Championship
  • 2011 Open de Andalucia de Golf
  • 2010 BMW Championship
  • 2002 Celtic Manor Resort Wales Open
  • 2001 Dunhill Links Championship
  • 1999 Qatar Masters
  • 1999 The Open Championship
  • 1996 Catalan Open

Other Wins & Top Finishes

  • 2002 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Match Play Championship
  • 1993 T6 at The Open Championship
  • 1992 UAP Under 25s Championship
  • 1992 Scottish Brewers Championship
  • 1990 Scottish Assistants Championship

National Teams

  • Ryder Cup: 2012 (won final match over Brandt Snedeker), 1999
  • World Cup: 2003, 2002, 2000, 1996
  • Seve Trophy: 2003, 2002, 2000
  • Royal Trophy: 2009
  • Alfred Dunhill Cup: 1999