The Final Word On the 2008 Open Championship

John Hawkins of Golf Digest has what may be the final word on the 2008 Open Championship. An excerpt:

Harrington did what great players do, something that couldn’t be said of his playoff victory over Sergio Garcia at Carnoustie last July. Trailing Norman by one on the 10th tee last Sunday, Paddy played the best golf of his life with everything on the line, and thus, left behind a 53-year-old man who supposedly had nothing to lose. “Very impressive,” said the Shark, whose one-stroke lead turned into a three-shot deficit in a four-hole span. “He hit everything solid, played the way a true champion is supposed to play down the stretch.”

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