Tiger Woods done in by Leprechaun
But, it was the little Irishman who rallied to beat El Tigre at the Dunlop Phoenix on Sunday, in a playoff no less.
Woods protects leads like a mama bear protects its cubs, having lost only once, but he folded to Harrington on Sunday, playing conservatively with a three-stroke lead down the stretch, then blowing a birdie putt that would have extended the playoff.
Harrington’s miraculous shot between tree limbs left him in position for a beautiful wedge on the second playoff hole, converting the tap-in.
“I definitely got lucky, but sometimes fortune favors the brave,” Harrington told reporters afterward.
I’ve got another one: “Luck is the residue of design.”
Maybe this will embolden other players against the Great One.
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