NAPLES — Updates from Sunday at the Franklin Templeton Shootout:
2:44 p.m. -- Steele and Bradley came up short from 20 feet or so, and will win by three strokes. Calcavecchia made it from 15 feet to tie for second with Sabbatini and Vegas.
2:38 p.m. -- Bradley and Steele will be the first PGA Tour rookies to win the Shootout. Another, Jhonattan Vegas, put he and Rory Sabbatini into second with a 20-foot birdie on No. 18 at 29 under, three behind. Calcavecchia and Price have to birdie No. 18 to tie for second.
2:18 p.m. -- Sabbatini and Vegas tapped in for birdie on No. 17, and are in second at 28 under along with Howell and Leonard, who are finished. Kelly and Stricker are in position to join them on No. 18.
2:06 p.m. -- Bradley and Steele finally parred, making one on the par-3 16th, to snap a string of eight birdies and an eagle in nine holes. They lead by three.
2:02 p.m. -- And now the drizzle has turned into a steady rain.
2 p.m. -- A little drizzle has moved in. Bradley and Steele have a chance at the overall tournament record, which is 34 under.
1:52 p.m. -- Steele birdied No. 15, and they're now 31 under, ahead by three. Calcavecchia-Price are at -27, along with Sabbatini-Vegas.
1:50 p.m. -- Sorry, stepped out for some interviews. Steele and Bradley eagled No. 14 to go to 30 under, two ahead of Howell and Leonard, who have finished at 28 under after a par on No. 18.
1:17 p.m. -- Calcavecchia birdied No. 13 -- second time he's made one after Price has missed -- but Steele made a 3-footer. Bradley/Steele now at 28 under, back ahead of Howell and Leonard. Calc-Price are at -26.
1:15 p.m. -- Howell birdied No. 16, and they're now tied for the lead with Bradley-Steele -- the third time someone has tied them. But each time, Bradley-Steele have had the lead again once they've finished the hole.
1:09 p.m. -- Charles Howell III and Justin Leonard have had a very strong day, and are now alone in second place at 26 under after three straight birdies through No. 15. They're a shot back of Bradley-Steele, but have three holes between them.
12:58 p.m. -- Brendan Steele just made a 15-footer for birdie on No. 12 to get them to 27 under, two ahead of Calcavecchia-Price and Howell-Leonard.
12:46 p.m. -- Steele came back with a 12-footer for birdie on No. 11. to go to 26 under, two ahead of Howell-Leonard, Campbell-DiMarco and Sabbatini-Vegas. After Price missed, Calcavecchia made a 5-footer for birdie to join them at -24.
12:29 p.m. -- Steele went first, in a change in order, on No. 10, but missed an 8-footer for birdie, and so did Bradley, so this isn't quite over yet. They're only the second team to par the hole. Price birdied from 6 feet to get to 23 under, a shot behind Howell and Leonard and Campbell and DiMarco.
12:18 p.m. -- The tees on a couple of par-4s have been moved up to where they're driveable or almost driveable. No. 13 is playing 280 yards, and No. 10 is 374 yards, so it's not necessarily driveable, but teams have been putting their tee shots in front of the green and pitching for eagle..
12:13 p.m. -- Bradley missed a 5-footer for birdie on No. 9, but Steele made it to go 25 under, two ahead of Howell and Leonard, and more importantly three ahead of playing partners Calcavecchia and Price.
12:11 p.m. -- Rickie Fowler and Camilo Villegas are Team Oklahoma State today. After coincidentally wearing green shirts, white pants and white hats on Friday, the two purposely did not wear matching outfits Saturday, but Fowler said they might wear something the same "on purpose" after Saturday's round. So the two are wearing orange shirts (although Villegas' is a little different shade), black pants and black hats, the Cowboys' colors; Fowler played for OSU.
12:02 p.m. -- Bradley and Steele birdied No. 8 to go 24 under, and now are two ahead of Calcavecchia-Price, who parred, and Campbell-DiMarco, Howell-Leonard.
11:47 a.m. -- That didn't take long. Bradley and Steele birdied No. 7 to go to 23 under, and Calcavecchia and Price matched it to get to -22.
11:46 a.m. -- After making three straight pars, Sabbatini-Vegas birdied Nos. 6, 7 and 8 to tie for the lead at 22 under.
11:38 a.m. -- Bradley-Steele birdied No. 6 to go to 22 under after three pars in four holes. Calcavecchia and Price also birdied the par-5 to keep pace at -21. Sabbatini-Vegas had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 6 and 7 and also are -21, and so are Howell-Leonard and Kelly-Stricker.
11:23 a.m. -- After the cheeseheads were a little smelly during a second-round 65, they're smelling great right now. Wisconsin natives Kelly and Stricker have birdied six of the last seven holes to tie for the lead at -21.
11:14 a.m. -- Bradley-Steele and Calcavecchia-Price both parred No. 5 as well, so now Bradley-Steele are at 21 under, and Calc-Price, Howell-Leonard, Campbell-DiMarco, Cink-Van Pelt, Kelly-Stricker and Kim Simpson are all at -20.
11:04 a.m. -- A couple more teams are closing the gap. Kelly-Stricker and Howell-Leonard birdied Nos. 6 and 7, respectively, to get to 20 under, tying Calcavecchia-Price and Simpson-Kim, one behind Bradley-Steele. Three other teams are -19.
10:57 a.m. -- Bradley-Steele and Calcavecchia-Price opened the door a bit for other teams to catch up. Both made pars on No. 4 to stay at 21 under and 20 under. Other than Simpson and Kim, no other teams are making a big move. Sabbatini-Vegas (-19) have parred two holes in a row, and Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker have four birdies in the first five holes to join them at -19. Howell-Leonard are also there.
10:53 a.m. -- None of the earlier groups have made a huge dent in their deficits, but Webb Simpson and Anthony Kim have birdied five of the first six holes to get to 20 under, a shot out of the lead.
10:38 a.m. -- Bradley-Steele and Calcavecchia-Price birdied No. 3 to get to 21 under and 20 under, respectively. Sabbatini and Vegas parred No. 3 and are at -19.
10:16 a.m. -- Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele, and Mark Calcavecchia and Nick Price both started with birdies to get to 20 under and 19 under, respectively. Rory Sabbatini and Jhonattan Vegas birdied the first two holes to get to -19. Webb Simpson and Anthony Kim, and Charles Howell III and Justin Leonard have birdied the first four holes and are 18 under.
8:53 a.m. -- The first groups have finished No. 1 in the final round. Stewart Cink and Bo Van Pelt birdied to get to 13 under. Chad Campbell and Chris DiMarco had a dreaded par on the par-5 and remain at -13. Leaders don't tee off until 9:45 a.m.
Franklin Templeton Shootout
At Tiburon Golf Club at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort
Sunday's final-round pairings
8:30 a.m. -- Chad Campbell-Chris DiMarco (-13); Stewart Cink-Bo Van Pelt (-12)
8:45 a.m. -- Jason Dufner-Sean O'Hair (-14); Greg Norman-Scott McCarron (-13)
9 a.m. -- Charles Howell III-Justin Leonard (-14); Anthony Kim-Webb Simpson (-14)
9:15 a.m. -- Kenny Perry-Scott Stallings (-15); Jerry Kelly-Steve Stricker (-15)
9:30 a.m. -- Rory Sabbatini-Jhonattan Vegas (-17); Rickie Fowler-Camilo Villegas (-16)
9:45 a.m. -- Keegan Bradley-Brendan Steele (-19); Mark Calcavecchia-Nick Price (-18)
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