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The Tour Report

April 17 2011

12:00 PM

Sunday setup: Another 20something?

The top three names on the leaderboard entering today’s final round have all of 62 combined starts on the PGA TOUR.

Charles Howell III and Pat Perez, both of whom are tied for fifth, have 83 combined top-10s.

In other words, it’s youth vs. experience at TPC San Antonio, where Brendan Steele leads at 7 under and Cameron Tringale and Kevin Chappell are one and two shots back, respectively.

The good news for that trio is that players in their 20s have won three of the last four events and four of the last six. The last player in his 30s to win? Rory Sabbatini at The Honda Classic.

Tringale (23) and Chappell (24) would be the youngest players to win on TOUR since Jason Day (22) won the HP Byron Nelson Championship last May.

And if rookies Chappell or Steele go on to victory it would mark the first time rookies have won back-to-back events on TOUR since 2002 when Jonathan Byrd won the Buick Challenge and Luke Donald won the Southern Farm Bureau Classic.