Padraig Harrington happy with recent improvement

Harrington: 'I'm turning the corner'
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Padraig Harrington believes that he has turned a corner following his triumph in the Grand Slam of Golf.

Padraig Harrington has claimed that he is beginning to "turn the corner" following his victory in the Grand Slam of Golf.

The Irishman triumphed in the four-man tournament in Bermuda on Wednesday and believes that he is close to returning to his best form.

Harrington said: "I believe I'm playing really good golf. I see a lot of good things happening and I do believe that I'm turning the corner into a peak. What those peaks are, we'll wait and see."

The three-time major winner has also backed his own decision to replace Ernie Els in the competition.

"You've got to give yourself the chance - it's a fantastic tournament and even if I finished fourth I'd be quite confident that I made the right decision," he added.

Ian Woosnam is the only other European to win the tournament.

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