Padraig Harrington ahead of schedule in recovery from wrist injury as he tees it up in Malaysia
- Padraig Harrington is playing at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia
- It is Ryder Cup captain Harrington’s first event since November
- Harrington is on the way back as he recovers from a wrist injury
- The three-time major winner admits he is still not 100 per cent
Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington insists his recovery from injury is ‘ahead of expectations’, despite admitting it could be several months before his wrist is 100 per cent.
Harrington is back in action for the first time since November at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia and is hoping for some ‘good karma’ in what was traditionally his season-opener.
‘I wouldn’t say the wrist is 100 per cent, it might not be 100 per cent for about nine months, or at least another six or seven months. I’m working away at it,’ the three-time major winner said.
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