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McNeely leaves Greenbrier Classic to become AD at Fairmont State
Fairmont State University wasn’t officially looking for a new athletic director, but it hired one anyway.
Greenbrier gives 25-year-old golfer Silvers his Big Break
Mark Silvers has played in a U.S. Open — qualifying for the 2010 event at Pebble Beach, where he missed the cut after a pair of 82s the first two rounds — he played collegiate golf at the University of South Carolina, and just last month he finished 95th at the PGA TOUR Qualifying School, earning conditional status for the Web.com Tour (formerly the Nationwide Tour) for 2013.
Ted Potter Jr. captures first PGA TOUR victory after three-hole playoff
Fans get behind Daly
Besides the leaders, the largest contingent of spectators gathered Sunday at The Greenbrier Classic were tracking fan favorite John Daly.
Classic runner-up Kelly receives a nice consolation prize
It happens all the time on The Price is Right or Wheel of Fortune.
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Simpson ends the day on top
Who said all of golf’s big guns are out at The Greenbrier Classic?
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson spent most of the day Saturday chasing others at the top of the Greenbrier Classic leaderboard. But he ended the third round of the third-year PGA TOUR event just where he started it — on top.
Playing the roll of oddsmaker
Jim Justice hasn’t offered me a position at the Greenbrier Casino Club yet, but I’m going to play the roll of oddsmaker, anyway.
Duke has secret weapon in Toski
Ken Duke has a secret weapon for his first appearance at The Greenbrier Classic.
Absence of Tiger, Phil doesn’t keep fans away
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