CHASKA, Minn. – Padraig Harrington bogeyed his final hole on Friday to fall out of Saturday's final pairing with Tiger Woods. Asked if he was bothered not to be with the world No. 1 for the fourth consecutive round, Harrington smiled and remarked, "It's nice to get a day off."
Eyeing the four-deep gallery waiting for the Woods' group, we understand where the Irishman is coming from.
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