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Shane Lowry remained on course for his first victory as a professional as Padraig Harrington went into reverse in the Portugal Masters at Oceânico Victoria Golf Course.
More than three years after claiming the Irish Open as an amateur in his first European Tour start, Shane Lowry recorded the best finish of his professional career when he closed with a six under 66 to finish tied for second behind Bernd Wiesberger in Austria.
Paul McGinley clinched his biggest tour cheque for more than two and half years as Bernd Wiesberger sealed a dominant maiden European Tour victory at the Ballantine’s Championship in Korea.
If Paul McGinley was a great putter instead of just a good putter, he’d have double digit European Tour wins instead of just five.
Who knows, he might also have saved some wear and tear on his knees, given the untold number of times we have seen the three-time Ryder Cup winner do his knee-flex of frustration every time another seemingly perfect putt burned the edge of the hole on its way past. We’re just kidding, of course, but even the Dubliner would admit that it’s been frustrating at times.