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PADDY POWER AT LASTPADRAIG HARRINGTON beat his runner-up demons as

he saw off Bradley Dredge in a sudden-death play-off to becom

e the first home winner of the Irish Open for 25 years. Harrington n

eeded a par at the first extra hole to dispose of Dredge after both finished on five under par, four strokes ahead of the field. Sitting four ahead of the fi

eld by the turn, Harrington had looked home and dry, but he stumbled several times on his way home with a 71. By contrast, Welshma

n Dredge flourished, hitting back at the Dubliner to card a 68, equalling the Adare Manor co

urse record. Harrington,

35, runner-up 30 times in his career, said: I feel sorry for Bradley as he re

ally came at me. I felt the pressure. It was probably the most nervous Ive been. Ive always said a

fter the four majo

rs this is the event I wanted to win. The crowd was fantastic. Even when I saved for bogey they cheered and the applause gave

me a boost. Masters champion Zach Johnson won th

e ATT Classic in Georgi

a when he beat Ryuji Imada, of Japan, at the first extra hole.

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