Harrington - the $11.35 million dollar man
Padraig Harrington was in great form ahead of a tournament that could turn a mediocre season into one of his best ever.
Reflecting on his black and white season, he said: "It was possible it was going to be one of those years you just have to write off. But the FedExCup has given me the opportunity to change that around. We're still going; it's still in the balance. As I said, if I can get that win, it would turn the year into a very successful one."
Harrington is bursting to win again but he's also sounding very relaxed.
Cink vows to maintain his Irish links
Open champion Stewart Cink toasted his Irish links by filling the Claret Jug with .... Guinness.
The American, 36, reckons he found something in his swing during a five-day golfing trip to Ireland the week before he conquered Tom Watson to take the Claret Jug.
And he's promised to come back next year before he heads across the Irish Sea to defend the title at St Andrews.
Cink said: "We played at Lahinch, Ballybunion, and we stayed at Doonbeg, all of which were fantastic. The only other time I've ever come over early and played links golf for preparation was in 2007, where I finished sixth at Carnoustie.