Padraig Harrington thinks the belly putter is good for his game, even though he thinks it's bad for the game of golf.
Despite his opposition to anchoring the putter, Harrington switched to the belly putter Thursday in the Wells Fargo Championship and plans to stick with it. The belly putter didn't do him much good at Quail Hollow, where he made only one birdie in his round...
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May 02, 2013
Heading into the Malaysian Open, Padraig Harrington is up against a ''curveball.''
The three-time major winner has been looking for a replacement driver since his broke last week.
''I was very, very comfortable with the old driver, so having to get used to a new one always causes a little bit of anxiety,'' said Harington, adding he used a new driver...
Pro golfer Padraig Harrington had some fun as he kicked some footballs into the crowd as he prepared for the 16th hole during Saturday's third round of the Waste Management Open golf tournament in Phoenix.
One of Harrington's sponsors is Wilson, the company that also happens to make NFL footballs for the Super Bowl, so it seemed appropriate for Harrington to get some kicks...
This is a totally different Padraig Harrington we are seeing today at Bethpage Black in the Barclays. Harrington is having a horrible day, he opened his second round on the back nine and started out with 3 straight bogies before making a par on his 4th hole number 13. Harrington would par 14 then make another bogey on 15 and 17. Padraig Harrington is already 5 over par in his first...
Some players crumble when they arrive at the majors. For Padraig Harrington, it's usually just the opposite.
The amiable Irishman with two British Open titles and a U.S. PGA Championship already to his name has been saving his best form this year for the sport's biggest tournaments.
An eighth-place finish at the Masters was followed last month by a fourth at the U.S. Open...
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July 17, 2012
ESPN announcers provided entertainment for viewers at home by making blowing noises when Padraig Harrington's shot for a birdie on the 7th hole hung on the lip of the cup during Friday's second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament. It made for even better television, however, when the ball actually fell into the hole.
Harrington finished at even par for the round...
Padraig Harrington has lost track of how many times he has set the course record. Most of them were when he was just starting out his career, young enough to see opportunity instead of the risk of failure.
''When I was a young pro and naive and innocent, I used to go out there and shoot more course records than now as a seasoned pro with a lot of fear and damage in my system...
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March 15, 2012