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The Tour Report

December 10 2011

4:57 PM

Kids inch ahead of veterans at Tiburon

NAPLES, Fla. -- PGA TOUR rookies Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele fired a 10-under 62 in Saturday’s best ball format to take a one-shot lead over Champions Tour members Nick Price and Mark Calcavecchia at the Franklin Templeton Shootout. The two pairings, playing in the final group, entered Saturday’s second round tied atop the leaderboard at Tiburon Golf Club. Calcavecchia and Price started slow Saturday but a late rally, including a birdie by Calcavecchia on the 18th, brought the veterans back within one shot of the lead. Saturday’s best round was a 12-under 60 belonging to Rory Sabbatini and Jhonattan Vegas who enter Sunday’s scramble two shots off the pace. Rickie Fowler and Camilo Villegas (63) are three back. Two teams -- Jerry Kelly-Steve Stricker and Kenny Perry-Scott Stallings -- head into Sunday four back at 15 under. CLICK HERE to read more about Round 2