Welcome to the Official Website of Padraig Harrington


On the Road with Padraig

BMW PGA Championship

Second round of one over par 73 sees Padraig miss the cut at the BMW PGA Championship. He was out in one over par and made his first birdie of the tournament at the par five 12th. He dropped two more shots coming in, but did birdie the par four 16th hole where he hit his second shot close. He finished in darkness but some of the field were not so lucky and have to come back out Saturday morning to complete their rounds. 

Poor day for Padraig around Wentworth where nothing seemed to go right and will need one of the best of the day rounds on Friday to qualify. It is hard to believe that he failed to make a single birdie on a day where he had four bogies and a double bogey on the par four 16th hole, where he found the trees on the left off the tee and had to reload. Hopefully a better day on Friday!

Padraig plays this week at the prestigious BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth. It is the 4th Rolex series event of season so far which will culminate at the DP World Tour Championship in November! All twelve members of the European Ryder Cup team are playing this week in a star studded field. Shane Lowry is your defending champions. 

Tee Times – Padraig plays with Victor Perez and Rasmus Hojgaard at 8.25am round 1 and 12.30pm round 2.

Share This
September 12th, 2023|

Horizon Irish Open

Final round of two over par 74 sees Padraig finish down the field at this years Horizon Irish Open. He got off to a poor start with a dropped shot at the first and was out in two over par. The only bright spot was a short putt for birdie on the par five 4th hole. The back nine was more of the same, nothing much happening, with one dropped shot and one birdie to see him back in level par. Onwards and upwards!

Padraig fires a third round, level par, 72 but mistakes yet again cost him dearly, including a double bogey on the difficult par four 17th hole, where he found water off the tee. He had plenty of birdies, four in all but four dropped shots in the final stages of his round made it a day to forget!

Padraig produces a second round of three under par 69 to secure himself a spot in the weekend play. His two under par halfway total currently is inside the cutline and looks good to stay there. He had five birdies in all with just two dropped shots, and true to form he birdied all four par fives which is his forte. 

Padraig opens his account in Ireland with a disappointing one over par round of 73 .He dropped three shots in all but two were on the par 3’s which is poor as he is a very good iron player. He also failed to take advantage of the par 5’s as his driving accuracy on the day was poor. With an early tee time on Friday, he will need to regain his current good form to gat back in the tournament. Seven under par leads after the opening round.

Padraig is back home this week to play in the Horizon Irish Open at the K Club in County Kildare. A host of Major champions play this week including Rory McIlroy, Shane Lowry, Danny Willet and Adam Scott. Your defending champion is Adrian Meronk from Poland who was the first player to win a DP World event from that country! 

Tee Times – 1st Round 12.50pm & 2nd Round 7.50am (local time) with Tom Hoge and Tom McKibbin.

Share This
September 5th, 2023|
Load More Posts

Tour Central



Padraig’s World

Catch up with Padraig’s busy playing schedule as well as finding out what he’s doing off the course, from his role as the R&A’s Working for Golf Ambassador, to the work he does raising awareness for the Special Olympics and as Ireland’s Golf Ambassador.


Go to Top