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The Tour Report

March 16 2013

6:10 PM

Quick Recap: Things tight in Tampa Bay

The possibilities are limitless for Sunday’s final round of the Tampa Bay Championship presented by EverBank.

Kevin Streelman, Justin Leonard and George Coetzee share the lead at 6-under but they don’t have much room for error on Sunday at the Innisbrook Copperhead Course.

There will be 16 players within three shots of the lead and 34 in red numbers when the final round gets under way Sunday.

Among them will be Jim Furyk (-5), Luke Donald (-4) and Sergio Garcia (-3).

At the start of Round 3, Shawn Stefani held a one-shot lead over Adam Scott and K.J. Choi. Scott and Choi each fell back with 5-over 76s while Stefani made the turn at 4-over before salvaging a 74 that leaves him two shots back of the leaders.

Streelman was the first to reach the clubhouse at 6 under. He started the day at level par and carded six birdies against no bogeys for a 65 that matched the week’s best score. Leonard (67) and Coetzee (68) each had one bogey on their scorecards but were able to join Streelman atop the leaderboard with 18 holes remaining.

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