Jordan Spieth is expected to return as the defending champion for the 2017 Dean & DeLuca Invitational. The PGA Tour has next year’s set dates for Fort Worth’s annual tour stop. They are May 22-28, 2017 in Fort Worth.
Jordan Spieth is expected to return as the defending champion for the 2017 Dean & DeLuca Invitational. The PGA Tour has next year’s set dates for Fort Worth’s annual tour stop. They are May 22-28, 2017 in Fort Worth. Ron Jenkins Special to the Star-Telegram
Jordan Spieth is expected to return as the defending champion for the 2017 Dean & DeLuca Invitational. The PGA Tour has next year’s set dates for Fort Worth’s annual tour stop. They are May 22-28, 2017 in Fort Worth. Ron Jenkins Special to the Star-Telegram

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