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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 136
THE TOUR EYES IRISHEYES P ADRAIG Harrington's breakthrough win at the Honda Classic last week ended a more than six-year drought on the PGA Tour for the Irishman. His last win on US soil came at the 2008 PGA Championship at Oakland Hills. It's been slim pickings ever since. Yet while many lamented his fall from grace – that drop reaching No.297 in world ranking heading into the Honda Classic – the 43-year-old has remained matter-of-fact about his career while drifting into the wilderness. Harrington, the son of a golf-obsessed policeman, understands the sport has an order of its own; one which doesn't always reward ability, work rate or desire. At least not instantaneously. But as he reflects on his career having added a 30th professional trophy to his collection, as far as the Dubliner is concerned, he has far exceeded his own expectations as a professional golfer. And really, does anything else matter? OTG Hear Padraig reflect on his career from a young lad to a three-time major winner , in the video above.
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