Harrington back in Ryder reckoning

Harrington back in Ryder reckoning

Padraig Harrington’s joint 16th place in the Pebble Beach Pro-am on the US Tour has taken him back into an automatic spot in Europe’s Ryder Cup standings.

Latest leading positions in the European Ryder Cup table (top four on world list qualify, then next five on European points list. Captain Colin Montgomerie adds three wild cards):

WORLD POINTS

1 LEE WESTWOOD 196.9, 2 RORY McILROY 142.7, 3 IAN POULTER 111.5, 4 PADRAIG HARRINGTON 106.5, 5 Martin Kaymer 104.9, 6 Edoardo Molinari 95.7, 7 Ross McGowan 86.3, 8 Simon Dyson 82.5, 9 Robert Karlsson 76.7, 10 Miguel Angel Jimenez 76.5

EUROPEAN POINTS

1 Lee Westwood 1,920,576, 2 Rory McIlroy 1,335,904, 3 ROSS McGOWAN 1,104,767, 4 Ian Poulter 927,415, 5 SIMON DYSON 893,738, 6 ALEXANDER NOREN 771,353, 7 MARTIN KAYMER 728,852, 8 ROSS FISHER 672,419, 9 Francesco Molinari 658,554, 10 Oliver Wilson 625,400

(Capitals denote players in qualifying positions)

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