Full recap of Franklin Templeton Shootout

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Franklin Templeton Shootout from the Tiburon Golf Club at Ritz Carlton Golf Resort in Naples.

FORMAT: Round 1: Scramble

Round 2: Modified Alternate Shot

Round 3: Better Ball

1. Jason Day/Cameron Tringale 55-64-65—184 (-32) $385,000/each

2. Harris English/Matt Kuchar 57-66-62—185 (-31) $242,500/each

T3. Billy Horschel/Ian Poulter 61-65-61—187 (-29) $130,000/each

Keegan Bradley/Camilo Villegas 59-67-61—187 (-29) $130,000/each

T5. Jerry Kelly/Steve Stricker 60-68-60—188 (-28) $95,000/each

Graeme McDowell/Gary Woodland 59-63-66—188 (-28) $95,000/each

T7. Justin Leonard/Rory Sabbatini 60-67-63—190 (-26) $83,750/each

Charles Howell III/Scott Verplank 61-64-65—190 (-26) $83,750/each

9. Ryan Palmer/Jimmy Walker 59-68-64—191 (-25) $80,000/each

10. Patrick Reed/Brandt Snedeker 61-65-66—192 (-24) $77,500/each

11. Sean O’Hair/Kenny Perry 60-69-65—194 (-22) $75,000/each

12. Retief Goosen/Mike Weir 60-74-67—201 (-15) $72,500/each



• The team of Jason Day and Cameron Tringale survived a final-round charge to claim the


54-hole total of 32-under-par 184, one better than the team of defending champions Matt

Kuchar and Harris English. Day and Tringale split $770,000 with the victory.

• As a member of the winning team, Cameron Tringale became the 11th

event in his first attempt. It also marks the second year in succession the event has had a

player win in his first appearance. Harris English did so in 2013.

• Cameron Tringale became the second Georgia Tecah product in as many years to be on

the winning team at the Franklin Templeton Shootout. Matt Kuchar, another former Tech

product, was on the winning team a year ago.

• The team of Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker, playing together for the seventh straight year,

had the day’s best round in the Better-Ball format, a 12-under-par 60.

• The team of Billy Horschel and Ian Poulter rebounded from a three-way tie for last place

after the opening round with scores of 65-61 the final two days to finish T3 along with

Keegan Bradley and Camilo Villegas, who matched Horschel and Poulter’s 61.

• Despite finishing second, the team of Matt Kuchar and Harris English posted some

impressive numbers in their two-year run together. The pair was a combined 65-under-par

in their six rounds at the Franklin Templeton Shootout.

• Matt Kuchar started his day by competing in the Franklin Templeton Shootout 5K. Kuchar

finished 19th

Kuchar’s wife, Sybi, also competed in the race.

annual Franklin Templeton Shootout in wire-to-wire fashion. The duo finished with a

player to win the

overall in a field of 355 runners and was second in his age group (35-39).

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