Golf: Steve Flesch

Ryan Palmer, Graham DeLaet share lead at Colonial

May, 24, 2013
5/24/13
4:56
PM CT
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Colleyville's Ryan Palmer and Canadian Graham DeLaet share a one stroke lead at 9-under in the second round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.

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Palmer, part of the afternoon wave of starters, has 15 holes remaining.

Play was delayed for a little over two hours in the early afternoon by lightning.

Four golfers are tied at 8-under. Of that group, Dallas’ Jordan Spieth, Josh Teater and Steve Flesch have completed their rounds. Matt Kuchar has 12 holes remaining.

The projected cut line will eliminate scores of even par and higher. Area pros on the wrong side of the cut line include Justin Leonard and Colt Knost.

Colonial suspended due to lightning

May, 24, 2013
5/24/13
12:51
PM CT
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Play in the second round of the 67th Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial was suspended at 12:18 this afternoon due to lightning. A few players in the morning wave have not yet finished their second round.

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Annika Sorenstam joins Fitzsimmons & Durrett to discuss what it was like to play in the Colonial, the state of the game of golf and whether she thinks Tiger Woods will break Jack Nicklaus' record.

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Dallas teenager Jordan Spieth managed to complete his round and is one shot off the lead. The 19-year-old shot 67 today and is 8-under par.

Canadian Graham DeLaet currently leads at 9-under after a second-round 67.

Joining Spieth at 8-under is tour journeyman Steve Flesch, Josh Teater and overnight leader Ryan Palmer of Colleyville. Palmer was scheduled to begin his second round at 1:28 p.m. before the weather delay.

Flesch has three holes remaining in his second round.

Teater, a 34-year-old from Kentucky, reached 11-under 11 holes into his second round, but ran into tree trouble and bogeyed three of his last seven holes. Playing partner Boo Weekley got to 10-under, but went four over on his last five holes.

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