The former Open champion was furious after thieves forced their way into to the shop at the facility.
They broke a padlock at the gates of the Paul Lawrie Centre in Banchory-Devenick, Aberdeenshire, before smashing a glass panel on a door.
The culprits made off with about £30,000 of TaylorMade golf clubs and clothing from the Paul Lawrie Collection and Galvin Green.
The incident happened about 1am on Saturday and it is believed the thieves drove off in a silver Audi A4 with stolen local plates.
Ryder Cup hero Lawrie, 44, was informed of the theft as he played the final round of the BMW Masters in China.
He took to Twitter to post a picture of the damage to the door and let his feelings be known about the thieves.
He wrote: "Scum bags. £getajob "We have good CCTV but they were all wearing balaclavas and gloves £yourmummustbeproud."
A Police Scotland spokesman said: "Police Scotland is investigating a high value theft, which occurred at 0100 hours on Saturday 26 October 2013 at The Paul Lawrie Golf Centre, Blairs, Aberdeenshire."