Lawrie had another successful few seasons, finishing 9th in the European Tour Order of Merit in 1999, 6th in 2001 and 10th in 2002.
More recently, Lawrie won his sixth European Tour event in March 2011 at the Open de Andaluc韆 de Golf. He finished one stroke clear from Johan Edfors at 12 under par and ended a nine year period without a tour win. Lawrie抯 next win followed in February 2012 at the Commercialbank Qatar Masters for the second time in his career, having previously won in 1999. He won by four strokes over Jason Day and Peter Hanson after a final round of 65. This was Lawrie's seventh win on the European Tour.
His eighth European Tour title came at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. The win not only secured his second title of an in form 2012 season but also cemented his place in the 2012 Ryder Cup team to play at Medinah, USA, giving him his second Ryder Cup cap 13 years after his 1st.