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GRAND BLANC, Mich. — Jerry Kelly played bogey-free Sunday at Warwick Hills and closed with a 4-under 68 for a two-shot victory in the Ally Challenge, his second victory this year on the PGA Tour Champions and moving him a little closer to the top of the Charles Schwab Cup standings.

Kelly started the final round with a one-shot lead over Schwab Cup leader Scott McCarron and Woody Austin. Only one of them challenged Kelly.

McCarron fell apart with four bogeys in a five-hole stretch around the turn and shot 75 to tie for 15th. Austin caught Kelly briefly with a birdie on No. 3, but he never could conjure up the vibes at Warwick Hills, where Austin won his first PGA Tour event.

Kelly had a pair of birdies on the front nine, and he seized control on the back nine when Austin made bogey on the par-4 15th. Two holes later, on the par-3 17th, Kelly made his final birdie for a three-shot lead.

Austin birdied the 18th and shot 69 to finish alone in second. Steve Flesch (66) and Tim Petrovic (67) tied for third, four shots behind.

Kelly also won two months ago in his native Wisconsin at the American Insurance Family Championship. He became the fourth multiple winner this year on the PGA Tour Champions, joining McCarron (three victories), and Steve Stricker and Bernhard Langer (two).

McCarron still has a big lead in the Schwab Cup. Kelly, who finished at 16-under 200, earned $300,000. He remained at No. 2 in the Schwab Cup, $492,083 behind McCarron with three more events before the PGA Tour Champions' three-tournament postseason.

"We know we've got to catch up to Scotty," Kelly said. "We've got to do something special. He's been playing great and he's got a huge lead. All we can do is try and chase him down, try to win tournaments."

Kelly was not a regular during his PGA Tour days, when Warwick Hills was host of the Buick Open.

Austin, however, won the Buick Open in 1995 for his first PGA Tour victory, and it was enough for him to be voted PGA Tour rookie of the year over David Duval. He just didn't have enough Sunday to track down Kelly.

"I played terrible last year — our first year back — but I still wasn't going to not come back. It's a special place," Austin said. "This was my first tour win, got me rookie of the year, all that sort of jazz. Just like I said, it wasn't my time."

Sunday

At Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club

Grand Blanc, Mich.

Purse: $2 million

Yardage: 7,085; Par: 72

Final

Jerry Kelly, $300,000 67-65-68—200 -16

Woody Austin, $176,000 68-65-69—202 -14

Steve Flesch, $120,000 68-70-66—204 -12

Tim Petrovic, $120,000 69-68-67—204 -12

David Toms, $120,000 70-66-68—204 -12

Retief Goosen, $80,000 66-73-66—205 -11

Tom Byrum, $58,400 70-67-69—206 -10

Tom Gillis, $58,400 66-69-71—206 -10

Bernhard Langer, $58,400 68-67-71—206 -10

Tom Lehman, $58,400 69-67-70—206 -10

Wes Short, Jr., $58,400 69-67-70—206 -10

Fred Couples, $40,667 70-70-67—207 -9

Kenny Perry, $40,667 70-66-71—207 -9

Jerry Smith, $40,667 67-68-72—207 -9

Scott McCarron, $35,000 66-67-75—208 -8

Colin Montgomerie, $35,000 69-70-69—208 -8

Stephen Ames, $29,150 70-71-68—209 -7

Marco Dawson, $29,150 72-70-67—209 -7

Chris DiMarco, $29,150 70-68-71—209 -7

Brandt Jobe, $29,150 71-68-70—209 -7

Doug Barron, $22,200 70-69-71—210 -6

Ángel Cabrera, $22,200 72-72-66—210 -6

Glen Day, $22,200 70-71-69—210 -6

Lee Janzen, $22,200 71-72-67—210 -6

Mark O'Meara, $22,200 70-69-71—210 -6

Stephen Leaney, $17,800 68-70-73—211 -5

Scott Parel, $17,800 76-69-66—211 -5

Gene Sauers, $17,800 69-68-74—211 -5

Ken Tanigawa, $17,800 69-72-70—211 -5

David Frost, $15,067 70-71-71—212 -4

Kirk Triplett, $15,067 70-70-72—212 -4

Bart Bryant, $15,067 72-68-72—212 -4

Darren Clarke, $11,850 67-75-71—213 -3

Gibby Gilbert III, $11,850 74-70-69—213 -3

Jay Haas, $11,850 67-74-72—213 -3

Kent Jones, $11,850 72-68-73—213 -3

Greg Kraft, $11,850 73-68-72—213 -3

Rocco Mediate, $11,850 72-73-68—213 -3

Jesper Parnevik, $11,850 72-70-71—213 -3

Jeff Sluman, $11,850 71-70-72—213 -3

Paul Broadhurst, $9,000 71-73-70—214 -2

Bob Estes, $9,000 72-70-72—214 -2

Steve Jones, $9,000 73-67-74—214 -2

Cliff Kresge, $9,000 69-72-73—214 -2

David McKenzie, $9,000 72-70-72—214 -2

Billy Andrade, $7,600 75-71-69—215 -1

Brandel Chamblee, $7,600 76-70-69—215 -1

Skip Kendall, $6,800 72-74-70—216 E

Esteban Toledo, $6,800 73-70-73—216 E

Tommy Armour III, $6,000 72-74-71—217 +1

Vijay Singh, $6,000 76-70-71—217 +1

Todd Fischer, $5,067 74-71-73—218 +2

Gary Hallberg, $5,067 73-77-68—218 +2

Duffy Waldorf, $5,067 68-75-75—218 +2

Joe Durant, $4,500 73-75-71—219 +3

John Huston, $4,500 74-70-75—219 +3

Dan Forsman, $4,000 76-70-74—220 +4

Tom Pernice Jr., $4,000 75-74-71—220 +4

Loren Roberts, $4,000 74-73-73—220 +4

Dennis Hendershott, $3,300 75-71-75—221 +5

Miguel Angel Jiménez, $3,300 74-73-74—221 +5

Larry Mize, $3,300 72-73-76—221 +5

Mark Walker, $3,300 74-74-73—221 +5

Paul Goydos, $2,500 72-77-73—222 +6

Dudley Hart, $2,500 72-76-74—222 +6

Billy Mayfair, $2,500 74-73-75—222 +6

Joey Sindelar, $2,500 72-75-75—222 +6

Russ Cochran, $1,940 75-73-75—223 +7

Corey Pavin, $1,940 76-74-73—223 +7

Tom Kite, $1,700 71-74-79—224 +8

Sandy Lyle, $1,700 75-73-76—224 +8

Mark Calcavecchia, $1,520 70-78-77—225 +9

David Eger, $1,400 76-72-79—227 +11

Michael Allen, $1,320 77-74-77—228 +12

Gary Nicklaus, $1,240 78-77-76—231 +15

Mark Brooks, $1,160 77-75-83—235 +19