Usually, a few shots under par at East Lake is cause for celebration.
Not on this course, or on this day.
"With these conditions, the greens are like a dart board," Rollins said.
Harrington felt as if he was at home Ireland in the spring, when the grass is just starting to grow and the greens are still hairy and slow, when a sledge hammer works as well as a putter.
"You've got soft greens, the greens are at a pace that you can really be aggressive on them and run the ball at the hole," he said. "So yeah, I would think it's a good week for scoring."
The tour considers this its "Super Bowl" to conclude these playoffs.
A defensive struggle, it's not.