The always popular Franklin Templeton Shootout, which will feature 24 of the game's best players, gets under way on Friday at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples.
The first round will be played with a modified alternate-shot format while the second round is contested as best ball and the final round is a scramble.
Scott Stallings, who won The Greenbrier Classic earlier this year, was the last man in the field after J.B. Holmes had to withdraw earlier this week. The Shootout was to be Holmes' competitive debut after he had surgery in September to correct a Chiari malformation of his brain.
"While I continue to make great strides in my recovery ... I am not 100 percent and I think it would be a disservice to my partner, Kenny Perry, and the entire Franklin Templeton Shootout organization for me to play at less than full capacity," Holmes said.
Stallings, who is making his Shootout debut, will now play with Perry. Here are the first-round pairings.
|9:55 a.m. ET||Jason Dufner/Sean O’Hair and Chad Campbell/Chris DiMarco|
|10:07 a.m. ET||Mark Calcavecchia/Nick Price and Rory Sabbatini/Jhonattan Vegas|
|10:19 a.m. ET||Charles Howell III/Justin Leonard and Stewart Cink/Bo Van Pelt|
|10:31 a.m. ET||Jerry Kelly/Steve Stricker and Kenny Perry/Scott Stallings|
|10:43 a.m. ET||Keegan Bradley/Brendan Steele and Webb Simpson/Anthony Kim|
|10:55 a.m. ET||Greg Norman/Scott McCarron and Rickie Fowler/Camilo Villegas|
Fredrik Jacobson will not be able to play in next week's Franklin Templeton Shootout due to a thumb injury.
He will be replaced by Scott McCarron, who will play with tournament host Greg Norman for the second time. McCarron is trying to become the first player to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout four times.
McCarron won in 1997 with Bruce Lietzke and then captured back-to-back titles with Brad Faxon in 2000 and 2001. McCarron and Norman played together in 2004 and tied for fourth.
McCarron has not played in the Franklin Templeton Shootout since 2008. The three-day competition -- which features modified-alternate shot, best-ball and scramble formats -- begins on Dec. 9 and will be broadcast on the Golf Channel and NBC.