Weathering the storm at Turnberry

Originally Published: July 4, 2009
By Lewine Mair | Special to ESPN.com

Padraig Harrington is looking for the kind of wet and storm-lashed week at Turnberry that will rule half the competitors out of the equation. "When conditions are easy," he says, "everyone has a chance. It plays to my advantage when the wind starts to blow."

Rory McIlroy, who two years ago collected the silver medal as the low amateur at Carnoustie as Harrington won the Claret Jug, is not of like mind. Though he arrived on the professional scene having played much the ...

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