Q. Is it the course or is it the pressure that just got to everybody here at the end?
PADRAIG HARRINGTON: It's a combination of the two. Without a doubt, you're looking at a difficult golf course. You get slightly out of position and then you get slightly out of position at the end of a U.S. Open, it's tough, definitely. It's a combination of both things. At the end of the day, the guy who wins the U.S. Open chips in on 17. That was just a phenomenal chip he hit at 18. That's what the winner does.
Another guy, it's either bogeys or double bogeys the last, that's what it is. The winner does do the things right at the end of the day, but he's only a hair's breadth from being like the other guys. It's getting into position and hoping the cards fall at the right place at the right time.