Harrington, the PGA and British Open champion this year, birdied
three of the last five holes.
"There were times when you couldn't get at the pin from certain
places on the fairway, and understanding how to shape the ball in
the wind was essential," Harrington said.
Furyk, in the field for the injured Tiger Woods, made the turn
at even par, then eagled the par-5 11th with a 6-iron from the
fairway within four feet. But he bogeyed the 14th and made birdie
on the last hole to catch Harrington.
Goosen, replacing Phil Mickelson, started with seven straight
pars, and birdied the par-4 eighth. But bogeys at 9 and 17 offset a
birdie at 10.
"I think I had 34 putts today," Goosen said. "Nothing's going
in at the moment, so I just have to work on that and hope that it
Immelman, the Masters champion, endured a miserable back nine
which included double-bogeys at Nos. 11 and 16.
First place in the select field is worth $600,000, while fourth
place pays $200,000.
Angel Cabrera defeated Harrington in a three-hole playoff last