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Byron Nelson delayed at least 3 hours

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IRVING, Texas (AP) The second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson will be delayed at least three hours after nearly 5 inches of rain fell overnight on the already-saturated TPC Four Seasons.

The storm moved over the course starting about midnight Thursday after Steven Bowditch took a two-shot lead with an opening 8-under 62 that left Masters champion Jordan Spieth seven strokes off the lead in his hometown event.

The 4 1/2 inches from the latest storm pushed the total to about 17 inches in less than three weeks at the Dallas-area course. Texas officials are calling May the state's wettest month on record.


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Rank Player Earnings
1 J.Spieth $5,659,153
2 R.McIlroy $3,912,533
3 J.Walker $3,572,124
4 D.Johnson $3,119,710
5 J.Holmes $3,116,200
6 B.Watson $2,838,174
7 R.Fowler $2,758,848
8 B.Snedeker $2,564,385
9 P.Reed $2,558,311
10 C.Hoffman $2,519,738
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