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North selected Ryder assistant
Tom Watson has known his selection for assistant Ryder Cup captain for some time. But the pro emeritus at The Greenbrier waited until a special week to make the announcement.
Palmer’s caddie a familiar face: Saints coach Sean Payton
Many of the fans lining the fairways of the Old White TPC Course Wednesday did a double-take when Ryan Palmer’s group came through. Many saw a recognizable face in Palmer’s caddie, but it was one that was difficult to place.
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Faldo to bring series final to The Greenbrier
Nick Faldo’s home overlooking The Greenbrier’s Old White TPC Course is nearly complete. When it is, he wants to bring part of his life into his new backyard.
Judy enjoys ‘unbelievable’ practice at Old White
Before Tuesday, 17-year-old Ike Judy’s most pressure-packed golf experience might have come at the Lewisburg Elks Golf Course, competing for the top spot in the Coalfield Conference East Tournament with a few parents and a couple of teammates watching.
Justice says Watson thinks The Greenbrier is awesome
Chairman and CEO Jim Justice never hesitates to be front and center promoting The Greenbrier and The Greenbrier Classic. But sometimes the best publicity is that which is unsolicited.
Still time for his day job
More than 150 professional golfers will be invading The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs beginning Monday for the biggest sporting event in the state of West Virginia — The Greenbrier Classic.
W.Va. junior golfers to play in Greenbrier events
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (AP) — They won't compete in the actual tournament, but two junior golfers from West Virginia will play alongside some of the top golfers in the world in two events leading up to The Greenbrier Classic.
Several Haskins Award winners to play Greenbrier Classic
University of California golfer Michael Kim will be a part of this week’s Greenbrier Classic field, thanks to an exemption given for winning the 2013 Haskins Award, but the 19-year-old certainly won’t be the only player in the field who has captured golf’s equivalent to the Heisman Trophy.
2011 FedEx Cup winner commits
The field for next week’s Greenbrier Classic continues to change — and improve.
Greenbrier chairman and CEO Jim Justice confirmed late Wednesday night that 2011 FedEx Cup champion Bill Haas has committed to play in the PGA TOUR event, which will take place July 4-7 at The Old White TPC Course in White Sulphur Springs.
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