Q. Has concentration been a problem for you this week?
PADRAIG HARRINGTON: Everything. I haven't putted well. I think that comes back into your game a bit when you hole a few putts, everything is good. I obviously didn't hole the putts. I certainly -- it's tough concentrating out on that golf course. That's what's the real test about it is. Every time you hit a shot, it's testing whether you think that is even the right shot to be playing at that time. It's a tough course that way.
Q. What happened on your second shot at 17?
PADRAIG HARRINGTON: I had a bad lie. As I say, I was pushing to get down a bit further so I could hit a higher club and hit it lower in there. Realistically I should have hit 7-iron and I tried to hit 5-iron. As I say, I was taking more of a chance with the second shot, hoping not to put myself too far back with a long club back in there to 17. It wouldn't be much fun.
Q. What was the club you hit?
PADRAIG HARRINGTON: I hit 8-iron.
Q. So what do you work on today?
PADRAIG HARRINGTON: Just my putting.
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