Paul Lawrie Match Play :: Field lowdown

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Paul Lawrie Match Play


The excitement is building ahead of the second edition of the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play at Archerfield Links next week.

For just £15 per day, you can enjoy watching some of the European Tour’s leading pros in action just a 20-minute drive from the capital.

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But who is all in the field for the Paul Lawrie Match Play?

64 players from 14 different countries


31 players who played at Murcar Links last year


40 European Tour winners


24 multiple European Tour winners


8 players with 5+ European Tour wins

Thomas Bjorn – 15
Paul Lawrie – 8
Alvaro Quiros – 6
Alex Noren – 5
Mikko Ilonen – 5
Brett Rumford – 5
David Howell – 5
Michael Hoey – 5

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6 Ryder Cup players

Thomas Bjorn (1997, 2002, 2014)
Paul Lawrie (1999, 2012)
David Howell (2004, 2006)
Stephen Gallacher (2014)
Edoardo Molinari (2010)
Oliver Wilson (2008)

And potentially two more in 2016…

Chris Wood
Matthew Fitzpatrick

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7 Scots

Paul Lawrie
Richie Ramsay
Marc Warren
Stephen Gallacher
Scott Jamieson
Craig Lee
David Drysdale

3 of the world’s top 50

Chris Wood – No.24
Matthew Fitzpatrick – No.45
Alex Noren – No.49

2 Olympians

Mikko Ilonen – Finland
Roope Kakko – Finland

For the full entry list for the event, click here.

Paul Lawrie Match Play :: Get your tickets!

Get your tickets for the Paul Lawrie Match Play for as little as £15. Under 18s go free all week how about a season ticket for the event, which costs only £35. That includes Wednesday Pro-Am day, meaning that averages out at five days of golf for just £7! Buy them here.

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