News from October 3, Beijing time, after his 620th European Tour-the Scottish Open was eliminated, the 51-year-old Scottish native Paul Lawrie, who won the 1999 British Open, announced his withdrawal from Europe. Tour regular season.

来自北京时间10月3日的消息,在他的第620场欧洲巡回赛-苏格兰公开赛被淘汰之后,现年51岁的苏格兰人保罗·劳里(Paul Lawrie)赢得了1999年英国公开赛,他宣布退出欧洲。定期巡回演出。

   Since he first set foot on the European Tour in 1992, Laurie has made brilliant achievements on the European Tour, winning 8 championships, 67 times in the top ten, and 2 times among the Ryder Cup European team. Of course, the most impressive thing about the Scot was the 1999 British Open. He shot 67 in the final round when French player Jean van de Velde played in the game. After Nosti suffered a collapse on the 72nd hole, Laurie successfully made it to the playoffs, had the last laugh, and achieved the only Grand Slam victory of his career.


   However, as he gets older and suffers from injuries, Laurie struggles with her lumbar disc herniation. It is difficult to devote the necessary time to practice, and he is no longer qualified for the fierce competition of the European Tour. This made him choose to bid farewell to the European Tour Level 1 Tournament in his national Open.


   Laurie said that he will continue to play on the Evergreen Tour of the European Tour. Since he won the British Open championship and had the eligibility exemption for the British Open before the age of 60, the former champion will participate in the British Open several times.


"I fully enjoy the European Tour," Laurie added. "I have made great achievements here and experienced the ups and downs during that time, but I fully enjoy the European Tour. Now it's time to leave. ."

劳里补充说:“我完全喜欢欧洲巡回赛。” “我在这里取得了巨大的成就,经历了波折,但是我非常享受欧洲巡回赛。现在该出发了。”

(Luo Yi)

(luo Y i)

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