2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational final round tee times changed from twosomes to threesomes
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2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational final round tee times changed from twosomes to threesomes


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The final round of the 2016 Dean & DeLuca Invitational had been scheduled to be played as twosomes from the first tee at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas.

However, overnight rains for the PGA Tour to call an audible, changing the tee times from twosomes to threesomes to accommodate the delay in the start of play to get the golf course prepared for the 70-player weekend field. That means that the intended final pairing of Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer at 1 p.m. Central time is now a threesome at 12:20 p.m. Central time that includes Webb Simpson.

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Spieth is at 12-under 198 and leads Palmer and Simpson by a shot.

The 22-year-old is looking for his eighth career PGA Tour win, second of 2016 and first since giving up a five-shot lead with nine holes to play at the Masters in April. Palmer is hoping for his first win at his home club and first PGA Tour win in six years. Simpson is looking for a fifth PGA Tour title, his last coming in October 2013 in Las Vegas.

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