The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

The Greenbrier Classic

July 8, 2012

The Greenbrier Classic Third Round Scores

Saturday

At The Greenbrier resort

The Old White TPC

White Sulphur Springs

Purse: $6.1 million

Yardage: 7,274; Par: 70

Third Round

a-amateur


Webb Simpson    65-66-65    —    196

Troy Kelly    69-67-62    —    198

Ken Duke    66-68-65    —    199

J.B. Holmes    65-68-66    —    199

Charlie Beljan    70-62-67    —    199

Ted Potter, Jr.    69-67-64    —    200

Blake Adams    67-70-64    —    201

Graham DeLaet    67-70-64    —    201

Charlie Wi    67-66-68    —    201

Martin Flores    64-68-69    —    201

Bill Haas    68-69-65    —    202

Keegan Bradley    68-68-66    —    202

Carl Pettersson    71-65-66    —    202

Seung-Yul Noh    68-67-67    —    202

Jeff Overton    70-65-67    —    202

Steve Wheatcroft    70-68-64    —    202

Scott Piercy    66-68-68    —    202

Billy Mayfair    69-65-68    —    202

Bob Estes    69-65-68    —    202

Jerry Kelly    66-66-70    —    202

Jonathan Byrd    64-68-70    —    202

Billy Horschel    66-70-67    —    203

Daniel Summerhays    68-67-68    —    203

Davis Love III    69-66-68    —    203

Sean O’Hair    66-68-69    —    203

Johnson Wagner    68-69-67    —    204

Patrick Cantlay    67-70-67    —    204

Steve Stricker    69-67-68    —    204

Kevin Na    69-67-68    —    204

David Hearn    69-68-67    —    204

a-Justin Thomas    67-71-66    —    204

Kevin Chappell    69-66-69    —    204

Vijay Singh    63-74-68    —    205

Ricky Barnes    69-67-69    —    205

Gavin Coles    68-68-69    —    205

John Daly    68-67-70    —    205

Brian Harman    69-68-69    —    206

Pat Perez    71-66-69    —    206

Tim Petrovic    69-68-69    —    206

Edward Loar    73-64-69    —    206

Richard H. Lee    67-70-69    —    206

Rod Pampling    69-67-70    —    206

Dustin Johnson    71-67-68    —    206

Roberto Castro    71-64-71    —    206

Brendon de Jonge    74-64-68    —    206

Ryuji Imada    71-68-67    —    206

Garth Mulroy    65-74-67    —    206

Jeff Maggert    64-68-74    —    206

Scott Stallings    67-70-70    —    207

Kenny Perry    70-66-71    —    207

Ben Curtis    70-68-69    —    207

Will Claxton    73-65-69    —    207

Scott Brown    67-71-69    —    207

John Merrick    69-70-68    —    207

John Huh    71-68-68    —    207

Brendon Todd    70-69-68    —    207

Hunter Haas    69-67-72    —    208

Troy Matteson    70-67-71    —    208

Cameron Tringale    71-67-70    —    208

Chris Couch    68-68-72    —    208

D.A. Points    69-69-70    —    208

Brandt Snedeker    71-68-69    —    208

Spencer Levin    73-64-72    —    209

Kris Blanks    72-66-71    —    209

Kyle Reifers    68-70-71    —    209

Fran Quinn    68-67-74    —    209

D.J. Trahan    69-69-71    —    209

Tom Watson    70-68-71    —    209

Kevin Streelman    67-68-74    —    209

Sang-Moon Bae    69-70-71    —    210

Russell Knox    69-68-74    —    211

Charley Hoffman    66-72-73    —    211

Roland Thatcher    71-68-72    —    211

Arjun Atwal    70-69-72    —    211

Marc Leishman    70-69-73    —    212

K.J. Choi    66-73-73    —    212

Tommy Gainey    73-66-74    —    213

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