The terrible toilet memory Bath golfer Laurie Canter aims to banish at the Open ChampionshipThe Cumberwell Park player secured his place at Royal Birkdale with a play off winByDaniel EvansHead of sport content16:12, 5 JUL 2017Updated17:20, 5 JUL 2017Laurie Canter hits a tee shot at the BMW South African Open (Image: Warren Little/Getty Images) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailLaurie Canter was locked in a portable toilet, on the brink of tears, at the oldest golf course in the world.This wasn’t how his Open Championship debut at St Andrew’s was meant to be.Already half a dozen shots over par and struggling big time by the time he reached the 12th, the 20 year old amateur was not so much treading water as drowning in a world class field on the sport’s most famous stage.By the end of a challenging two rounds on the Old Course, Canter was 16 over par. Only one name Simon Edwards of Wales languished below him on the leaderboard. Cut missed by a long way, that was the end of his tournament.Bath’s Olympic skeleton champion Amy Williams gears up for classic motor race at SilverstoneFast forward seven years and Canter now a professional on the European PGA tour has his second chance.(Image: Harry How/Getty Images)On July 20, he will be teeing it up in competition at Royal Birkdale; having secured his place at a third play off hole in one of the final qualifiers at Notts Hollinwell.This time, he intends to spend as little time as possible in those tee side cubicles.”I remember being pretty daunted in 2010 and it all seemed to go so quickly,” Canter added.Taulupe Faletau takes on terrifying bungee jump on Lions tour to New Zealand”It was a real baptism of fire and I had a car crash of a start.”I vividly remember there was a bit of a wait at the 12th tee and I was getting a bit emotional.”I went to the Portaloo and had a bit of a moment.
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