Lawrie plays long game in quest for winning way
Aberdeen golfer Paul Lawrie must raise his game if he is to win the Qatar Masters for a third time.
The Press and Journal columnist recorded a two under 70 yesterday, but his hopes of a third tournament success appear to be diminishing as he trails halfway leader Rafael Cabrera-Bello, who is 13 under after scores of 66 and 65, by six shots.
Two late birdies on 16 and 17 were not enough for Lawrie to match his first round score of five-under-par 67.
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