Irish golf ace Padraig Harrington says he isn't worried about his performance, despite a worrying start to his season.
He disqualified in Abu Dhabi, then his first round defeat in the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship followed after three poor finishes in stroke-play events.
Having finished 58th in the Volvo Golf Champions in Bahrain, he then tied at 63rd in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, slipping to 55th in the Northern Trust Open in LA last week.
Now down to 35th in the world rankings Harrington is still convinced it's only a matter of time before he gets results.
"I've no concerns. It's all good. Very good actually. Results? Okay, they haven't been good so far, but I have only played a few events," he told the press this week.
"I just need to stay patient and let it happen. Everything is in good stead."
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