HONOLULU, Hi – Scott Langley and Russell Henley share the 54-hole of the Sony Open. The pair of rookies will be playing together in the final group Sunday. Langley and Henley have been paired together in all four rounds of the tournament. Langley and Henley are tied atop the leaderboard at 17-under-par. Three strokes behind in second place is South African Tim Clark. Charles Howell III and Scott Gardiner are tied for fourth, 4-strokes behind at 13-under-par. Howell III finished runner up in last year’s Sony Open. Scott Piercy who also played in the final group Saturday with Henley and Langley shot a 2-over-par 72. Both Langley and Henley will look to capture their first career PGA Tour victories Sunday. Henley earned his PGA Tour card by way of finishing inside the top-25 on the Web.com Tour money list. Henley won 2 of his last four events on the Web.com Tour. In his last four events, Henley’s worst finish was T6. Henley has 3 career victories on the Web.com Tour, including a victory at the 2011 Stadion Classic, as an amateur. Langley earned his PGA Tour card a through Q-School, finishing 17th in the final stage. Scott Langley has never won on the Web.com Tour.