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Golf Australia Express : Issue 22
THERE’S NOTHING like a win to re- ignite a career. And after firing a blistering final-day 7-under 65 to win a second Qatar Masters, Paul Lawrie of Scotland moved back into the world’s top 50 for the first time since 2003. In an event cut to 54 holes due to strong winds on Friday, 43-year-old Lawrie finished four shots clear of Australian Jason Day and Swede Peter Hanson. Lawrie, extended his one-shot final-round lead to four, posting 15-under for the event. “I played nicely. I don’t think I can play much better than that,” Lawrie said. “ I’ve been playing well for a long, long time, but it’s just nice to come out one ahead and shoot seven under.” The win, Lawrie’s seventh European Tour title, guarantees him a place in the 64-man WGC-Accenture Match Play, sets him up for his first Ryder Cup cap in 13 years and a return to the Masters field after an eight-year hiatus. Lawrie collected 316,020 and moved to 3rd early in the Race to Dubai. OTG WHAT JUST HAPPENED ON THE EUROPEAN TOUR... WRAP LAWRIE STEPS IT UP FINAL STANDINGS 1 PAUL LAWRIE SCO -15 € 316,020 T2 JASON DAY AUS -11 € 164,688 T2 PETER HANSON SWE -11 € 164,688 4 JOHN DALY USA -9 € 94,808 T5 SERGIO GARCIA SPN -8 € 62,763 T5 JEAN-BAPTISTE GONNET FRA -8 € 62,763 T5 RICARDO GONZALEZ ARG -8 € 62,763 T5 SOREN HANSEN SWE -8 € 62,763 T9 NICOLAS COLSAERTS BEL -7 € 38,429 T9 VICTOR DUBUISSON FRA -7 € 38,429 T9 MARTIN KAYMER GER -7 € 38,429 Qatar Masters, Doha Golf Club, QATAR , Feb 2-5 THE “I played nicely. I don’t think I can play much better than that.”