"I didn't like it on Tuesday," said Paul Lawrie, a 48-year-old Scot who won the British Open in 1999. "When they turned it down, it was fine. But before that, you couldn't hear your caddie."
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"We were on the 10th green when they stopped it. I had a jumbo sausage and chips from a nearby van, which was actually really nice," Lawrie said. "It was the highlight of the day."
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