When: May 25-28, 2017
Where: Colonial Country Club, Ft. Worth, Texas
Format: 72 holes - Stroke Play
Defending Champion: Jordan Spieth
TV Coverage: Golf Channel, CBS
The DEAN & DELUCA Invitational gets started May 25-28, 2017, and is annually held at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas. The tournament is one of the oldest events on the PGA Tour dating back to 1946, and is one of five invitational events left on the PGA Tour schedule.
Defending champion Jordan Spieth will headline the field that yearly attracts a world-class gathering. Patrick Reed, Charl Schwartzel, Matt Kuchar, Zach Johnson, Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia are also scheduled to play.
Colonial Country Club is the host course this week. The par 70 measures 7,204 yards has a long history on the PGA Tour dating back to 1946 making it the longest running tournament on the PGA Tour. The Perry Maxwell design opened in 1936 and drew immediate acclaim for its sharp doglegs and tight fairways. Colonial hosted the U.S. open in 1941 and was the scene for Annika Sorenstam’s historic venture in 2003 as the first woman to play a PGA TOUR event since World War II.
Last year, Jordan Spieth won at home for the first time in his young career on the PGA Tour. At 17-under par, Spieth finished three strokes ahead of Harris English, Ryan Palmer and Webb Simpson to earn his eighth career win on TOUR.
Legend Ben Hogan holds the record for most wins with five. Other past champions include Billy Casper, Lee trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Phil Mickelson, Zach Johnson and Adam Scott.
Masters champion Sergio Garcia and Dallas native, Jordan Spieth headline this week’s DEAN & DELUCA Invitational that features eight of the top 30 in the world rankings. Newly crowned PLAYERS champion, Si Woo Kim tees it up for the first time since his epic win and fan favorite, Phil Mickelson returns for the first time in seven years. Continue...
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The Colonial has been played since 1946. The players of today know they are competing on the same hallowed ground as the great Ben Hogan won the championship five times in his hometown.
His legacy permeates the event, and that's just part of the tradition that helps make the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial what it is, one of the most prestigious events on the PGA Tour. It is well known, even to casual golf fans, because of the distinctive red plaid jacket that is awarded to the winner.
Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas features one of the country's, and world's, highest ranked golf courses. Built in 1936, the traditional layout attracts pros from all over the world who appreciate its overall challenge. As long as golf course rankings have been made, Colonial has always made America’s top 100, one of the few PGA TOUR courses to do so.
Colonial is a par 70 course that measures just over 7,000 yards in length. The tournament is a normal stroke play event, with the winner being the player who cards the lowest score over 72 holes. They do play a playoff if more than one player is tied after 72 holes.
The Colonial Golf Tournament has a long and distinguished list of champions. Winners of the Colonial include: Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Lee Trevino, Ben Crenshaw, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Phil Mickleson. In fact Hogan, Casper and Crenshaw were some of the multiple time winners of this distinguished tournament. The 2009 purse was $6,200,000, with $1,116,000 going to winner Steve Stricker.
Kevin Kisner produced six birdies in a final round four-under-par 66 to win the Dean & Deluca Invitational.
American Kisner, 33, trailed overnight leader Webb Simpson by three strokes before clinching the second PGA Tour title of his career.
Defending champion Jordan Spieth, 23, was tied second with fellow American Sean O'Hair and Spain's Jon Rahm, while Simpson finished fifth in Texas.
England's Paul Casey started the day tied second but ended tied in 10th.
The 39-year-old recorded four bogeys in a torrid final round.
Simpson, who had a two-stroke lead going into the final round, bogeyed the first and last holes.
Rahm, 22, had the best chance to force a play-off, but missed a 10-foot birdie putt at the last as Kisner overcame late nerves to secure victory.
He had a bogey at the 16th before sinking a five-foot par-saving putt at the final hole.
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