Known to one and all in golf as “Chippy” because of the excellence of his work around the greens, Paul is one of only eight players to have competed in more than 600 European Tour events.
In those, he has amassed eight victories, including his unforgettable Open triumph at Carnoustie in 1999.
Over the course of his 31-year professional career, Paul has twice represented Europe in the Ryder Cup, in 1999 and 2012, winning his singles match on both occasions. He has also played multiple times for Great Britain & Ireland in the Seve Trophy, as well as being part of Scotland sides at the Dunhill and World Cups.
Off the course, Paul plays a significant role in grassroots golf through his eponymous junior foundation and has three times hosted the Paul Lawrie Matchplay tournament on the European Tour. He was made a Member of the British Empire (MBE) in 1999 and awarded an OBE (the Order of the British Empire) in 2013.
Marian and I were down at Final Qualifying on Tuesday to watch Craig, then we headed up to St. Andrews to watch Michael play in the Boyd Quaich. Craig struggled and didn't make it through and Michael shot +4 so it wasn't the best day of golf for the boys but we both...read more
I was with Loch Lomond Whisky the last two days filming some video and taking some pictures for their stand and bar at this year’s Open. They have produced a limited edition signature bottle from my open win of 1999 which is beautiful and will be for sale at...read more
It is with regret that I announce my withdrawal from all Tour events for the remainder of the current season. Unfortunately, both the back and foot injuries I have been carrying for the last 6 months and more have become debilitating, to the point where I am not...read more