Harrington mourns lost chances

Padraig Harrington is searching for the positives in his disappointing US Open finish. He finished eighth.

Padraig Harrington is searching for the positives in his disappointing US Open finish.

Second at halfway in the US Open golf, he finished only eighth, a double bogey six at the final hole itself costing him three places and over 73,000 US dollars.

‘‘I will take positives from the week, but I don’t really see them at the moment,’’ said the Dubliner.

‘‘I’m sure when I’m home I’ll think about it and there will be some good things learned.’’

Harrington watched the World Cup game with Spain before teeing off.

‘‘Obviously, it was an unfortunate result at the end of the day. They really had a great chance there, but that’s the way it goes.’’

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