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Born: 1971-08-31, Dublin, Ireland
Nationality: IRL
Height: 6'1", Weight: 190lbs
Home: Dublin, Ireland
Turned Pro: 1995
Joined PGA Tour: 2005
Official World Golf Ranking: 148
Notes: Harrington defeated Sergio Garcia in a four-hole playoff to win the 2007 Open Championship at Carnoustie. In the process, he became the first player from Ireland in 60 years to capture the Claret Jug, following Fred Daly at Hoylake in 1947. Earlier in the season, he broke a 25-year barren spell for the home nation at the Irish Open, defeating Bradley Dredge at Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort in a playoff to match John O'Leary's efforts in 1982. Secured the Harry Vardo...

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Padraig Harrington

Harrington defeated Sergio Garcia in a four-hole playoff to win the 2007 Open Championship at Carnoustie. In the process, he became the first player from Ireland in 60 years to capture the Claret Jug, following Fred Daly at Hoylake in 1947. Earlier in the season, he broke a 25-year barren spell for the home nation at the Irish Open, defeating Bradley Dredge at Adare Manor Hotel and Golf Resort in a playoff to match John O'Leary's efforts in 1982.
Secured the Harry Vardon Trophy as the European Tour?s No. 1 player after the Volvo Masters, where he narrowly edged Ryder Cup teammate Paul Casey. Then earned the Order of Merit title, after winning his second Alfred Dunhill Links Championship title in October. He finished second on the Order of Merit in 2001 and ?02, and third in 2003 and ?04. Became the first Irishman to win a U.S. PGA Tour event at the 2005 Honda Classic, and followed that with a second success at the 2005 Barclays Classic.
In 2008, Harrington defended his Open Championship title, winning at Royal Birkdale and becoming the 16th player in British Open history to accomplish that feat, and the first European player to do it since James Braid in 1905-06. Capped a special major run when he made a 15-foot par putt on the final green to capture the PGA Championship at Oakland Hills Country Club. That victory ended the longest European drought ? 78 years ? in a major. The previous European-born PGA Champion was Scotland's Tommy Armour in 1930.
Harrington's win at Oakland Hills was his second consecutive major championship triumph and his third in the previous six majors. Shot 66-66 on the weekend to beat Sergio Garcia and Ben Curtis by two strokes. Was voted PGA Tour Player of the Year, the first European to achieve that honor.
Teamed with Paul McGinley at Kiawah Island in 1997 to win the World Cup for Ireland for the first time in 39 years. Completed an accounting degree before turning professional. Coached by Pete Cowen and also sees sports psychologist Bob Rotella. Member of six Ryder Cup teams, 1999, 2002, '04, '06, '08 and '10.
2011 Notes: Advanced to the PGA Tour Playoffs for the FedExCup for the fifth time in as many years, but finished 89th for his worst showing in the competition. Harrington started 2011 ranked 23rd in the world, but ended the year 85th.
2012 Notes: Played in 28 events around the world, with a best-finish T-4th at U.S. Open. Finished 43rd in the FedExCup standings and was 34th in The Race to Dubai standings. Won the PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda, an unofficial event.
2013 Notes: Again played in 28 events. Had four top 10s, with his best a 4th-place result at Volvo Golf Champions. Finished 130th in the FedExCup standings and 116th in the money race. In The Race to Dubai, finished 68th.
2014 Notes: Potsed a T-5th finish at his first start, the Volvo Golf Champions. It was his only top-10 result until December, when he won the Indonesia Open on the Asian Tour. On the PGA Tour for the second consecutive season, failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs, finishing the season 188th in the standings. Year included seven cuts made in 16 starts, with his lone top-25 finish coming at the HP Byron Nelson Championship (T-22nd). Finished the year 97th in The Race to Dubai.
2015 notes: Missed his first three cuts on the PGA Tour and finished T-56th at the Northern Trust. Was playing in the Honda Classic on a sponsor exemption and entered the week 297th in the world rankings. In an unscheduled Monday finish at the Honda Classic, he defeated South Florida native Daniel Berger on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff to claim his sixth career PGA Tour title and second at the Honda Classic (2005). Since the Honda win hasn't cracked the top-40 on any tour until his T-20th at the Open Championship. Finished the PGA Tour playing 21 events and making 9 cuts. He was 103rd in the FedEx Cup race and 73rd on the money list. On the European Tour played in 13 events making 10 cuts. Best finish was T-20th at the Open Championship , was 119th in the race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: Two top-tens, T-6th in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions and T-9th at the Handa Global Cup on the Japan Tour.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 565, Cuts Made: 439 (78%), Top Tens: 149 (26%) , Rounds: 1901, Scoring Avg: 70.74, Career Earnings: $41,513,027 - Best Finish: 1st (18 times)
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