Opening Tee Shot of The 150th Open | Paul Lawrie

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Being asked to hit the opening tee shot in an Open once in a career is an honour bestowed to a select few golfers, so the opportunity to do so again has left Paul Lawrie suitably humbled.

The 1999 Champion Golfer kicked things off at 6.35am this morning as he continues to prove the man for a landmark occasion, having also got the action underway on the Old Course in 2010 during the 150th Anniversary Open Championship.

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