Lawrie’s great play let down by poor putting

Published: 15/04/2013

Paul Lawrie ended his round just as the leaders were teeing off, with the Aberdeen player’s big disappointment continuing to be the shortest club in his bag despite a score of 71 for a four-over-par 292 Masters tally.

After a frustrating final round at Augusta National, Lawrie said: “I played lovely again today and missed nine putts inside 10ft and six putts inside 4ft.”

“I could not have played any better and putted any worse, unfortunately, but I am getting used to that.”

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