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In a 14-month stretch ending six years ago, Padraig Harrington won three major titles. However, in the last four years, the Irishman hadn't won anywhere on the planet -- that is, until Sunday.
Harrington held on for a two-stroke win at the Asian Tour's Indonesia Open, shooting even-par 71 in the final round to take home the $135,000 first-place check. The Irishman entered the final round with a four-shot lead but struggled with 37 on the front nine. On the final hole, Harrington was tied with Thanyakon Khrongpha of Thailand, who made a double bogey to close the tournament. Despite taking a penalty stroke himself, Harrington managed to make par to clinch the win at 16-under-par 268.
This marks Harrington's first win since the 2010 Johor Open, also on the Asian Tour. Harrington's last win on the European or PGA tours came at the '08 PGA Championship at Oakland Hills.
With his 29th professional win, Harrington moved up 125 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking to 260th.