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Monday 6th November 2017

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FOLLOW US 6.11.2017 | SUBSCRIBE HERE OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNERS: NORTHERN IREL AND OPEN PADRAIG HARRINGTON ED'S LETTER Happy Harrington leaves Turkey invigorated by the chase he eyes were dialled in. The tongue was at the side of the mouth. It happens a lot less frequently now, but Padraig Harrington still lives for being in contention in the back nine on Sunday. Harrington showed the true competitor that he is with an enthralling challenge for his second European Tour title in as many years. That challenge saw him chip-in twice, including a miraculous par at the par 4 10th hole. In true Harrington fashion, he took on the risky 200-yard wood over water from the trees, with his ball landing just short of the green. Not to worry. Harrington proceeded to pitch into the hole from 60 yards, landing the ball left of the hole before into the cup. The Irishman stuck in it all day and went on the attack on the 15th hole, hitting his best drive of the day to leave an 8 iron into the par 5. A fine iron set up an eagle and he was tied for the lead. Unlike the winner Justin Rose, who would birdie two of the last three holes, Harrington could not add any more red numbers to the card from that point onwards, but it was not for want of trying. A chip on 17 was just a roll short of dropping for birdie, and while trying to hole out for eagle on T

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