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Date of Birth:
Dublin, Ireland
Ht. / Wt.:
6ft 11st (183cm 70kgs)
Philippa (m. 2003)
Jessica, Amelia Jane, Elizabeth, Christopher
Snooker, football, cinema


Turned Pro:
1997 (plus 2)
Qualifying School:
1998, 99, (00), (01)

Career Stats

European Tour Wins:
Challenge Tour Wins:
Biggest European Tour Prize:
€333,330 (2008)
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About Peter

GP Sports are proud to represent Championship- winning golfer, Peter Lawrie.

Peter claimed his maiden European Tour victory at the Open de España in 2008, defeating home favorite Ignacio Garrido in a play-off. The Irishman enjoyed a fine performance as defending champion in 2009, finishing tied third. Peter made history at the end of the 2003 season when he became the first Irish golfer to win the prestigious Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award. He was educated at the University College Dublin where he undertook a golf scholarship.



Career Highlights

  • The 38 year old graduated to The European Tour through the European Challenge Tour, finishing fourth in the Rankings at the end of 2002, helped by a superb victory in the Challenge Tour Grand Final. His elevation to The European Tour was testament to his determination, having spent one year on the Asian Tour and three seasons on the Challenge Tour before achieving his goal. Peter was capped at boys, youths and national level for Ireland as an amateur. In his early days as a professional, he played in Asia and Florida, gaining a ‘Mini Tour’ victory in America’s Sunshine State. Peter’s victories as a Professional include; Challenge Tour Grand Final 2002 & Open De Espana in 2008. In the past 9 years Peter has finished inside the Top 10 in European Tour Events 21 times, which include 6 Top 3’s and a 4th place at the 2012 BMW PGA Championships at Wentworth. He has finished inside the Top 60 in each of the past 5 years on tour. He has career earnings of €5.1m.

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