PADRAIG HARRINGTON: The chances are strong. We have half the field or more. I don't know what the percentages are. As I said, everybody teeing up would be quite capable of competing here on this golf course. We were very close having a European winner last year. I don't see any reason why we don't have a good chance of having one this year. Obviously a lot of U.S. players have won on this golf course, and I believe the reason for that is it's quite a fair links -- most players will come and face the golf course and feel that instead of having problems with bouncing fairways and things, they would see this as a very good opportunity for them to play.
As regards the only expectations of burden on me, as I keep saying, I've only gone into this sort of position, it's early days for me. I'm quite happy that my game is developing and I'm going to be patient and bide my time. If I haven't won this tournament on Sunday, I'm not going to feel like the world has ended. I'm not going to feel like my game has fallen apart. It's very difficult to win a major. I wouldn't say I've teed up in half a dozen where I feel like I'm a contender. So it's early days for me yet.
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