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Spieth finds his swing groove at Colonial

By PGA Tour News on Sat, May 28 2016 1:40 AM

FORT WORTH, Texas – A few observations from Friday’s rain-delayed play at the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, with Bryce Molder leading at 9 under with three holes to play. He will complete his second round Saturday morning. For more on Friday’s play, check out the wrap-up. SPIETH FINDING HIS SWING GROOVE. Halfway through his round, Jordan Spieth had little to show for his solid ball-striking. The greens were rolling much faster than he anticipated after Friday’s heavy rains, and it took him time to make the adjustment. His first putt of the day ran 6 feet past. A couple of three-putts resulted in two bogeys as he made the turn in even par. But then he found his groove, with four birdies in a five-hole stretch on Colonial’s front side en route to a 4-under 66 that moved him into contention entering the weekend at 7 under. “A fantastic back nine that we played,” said Spieth, who started his round off the 10th tee. “One through five (holes), if you play them 1-under, you’re going to be...

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