Padraig Harrington had such a comfortable time on course on Thursday at the Irish Open that he treated himself to a 99.
But Friday's Round 2 in Lahinch was not so kind to him.
A 99 for a 63. pic.twitter.com/6xdkDTY9vf
— Padraig Harrington (@padraig_h) July 4, 2019
The three-time major winner has fallen from the top of the leaderboard from 7-under to 4-under after shooting a 73.
After that second round setback, he spoke to John Duggan about where it went wrong.
"It was a lot more stressful today. In those conditions, you're just working so hard," he said.
"Yesterday was just a stroll in the park. Look, it is a tough course. They've slowed down the greens a bit, they've gone generous with the pin positions.
"So they've made the course as easy as possible for us so it's definitely a tough golf course."
He also made a joking reference to the ice cream he indulged in on Thursday evening.
"73 does not deserve a 99," he laughed, before touching on how he plans to remedy his Day 2 struggles.
"I will probably hit some shots and I definitely will practice my chipping a bit. It's hard to recreate the chip shots.
"I haven't found the spot yet that gives me an interesting chipping here. So that's a bit difficult. The chips on the course are great.
"Every one of them are great shots but I haven't quite found the chipping green here. There are a couple of them I'm going to go look for. A more interesting chipping green to get myself up to speed."
You can watch the full post-round interview with Padraig Harrington above via the video player.