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Padraig Harrington  born August 31, 1971 in Dublin, Ireland of the PGA Tour
Player Information:

  • Started playing golf at the age of 4
  • played ifirst amateur tournament in 1987, the Connaught Boys Championship
  • Finished third in the Irish Boys Close Championship at the Grange Golf club
  • Coached by David Jones and then Howard Bennett under the Golfing Union of Ireland training scheme
  • 1988, finished runner up in the Irish Boys Championship at Birr Golf Club and won the Leinster Boys Championship at Royal Tara Golf Club The Home Internationals were played in August at Formby Golf Club in Southport and Padraig won three out of four matches.
  • Won both singles in the Boys Home Internationals and played on the Great Britain & Ireland Boys team that beat Europe at Nairn Golf Club
  • Padriag won five out of six matches in the European Boys Team Championships played at Lyckopna Golf Club in Sweden.
  • His best finish on the PGA TOUR in 2005 is 1st at the The Honda Classic.
  • He ranks T69th in Driving Distance on the PGA TOUR.
  • Exempt Status:Partial
    Height:6-1
    Weight:196
    Birth Date:August 31, 1971
    Birth Place:Dublin, Ireland
    Special Interests:Snooker, tennis, all sports
    Turned Pro:1995
    Joined Tour:2003
    2005 Earnings:$2,615,731.00
    2004 Earnings:$2,332,608.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:http://www.padraigharrington.com/

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