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Mickelson ‘motivated’ for classic
Phil Mickelson played in his first Greenbrier Classic in 2011 and did not make the cut.
Today and Friday, he’s paired with the 2010 and 2011 tournament champions — Stuart Appleby and Scott Stallings in the first two rounds.
They tee off from No. 1 at 1:20 p.m. today and No. 10 at 8:10 a.m. Friday.
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Woods ready for Classic
With last weekend’s win at the AT&T National, Tiger Woods earned his 74th career PGA TOUR victory, passing Jack Nicklaus as second all-time on the career wins list.
Justice announces ‘relief effort’ for storm victims
Jim Justice, chairman and CEO of The Greenbrier, announced that a “relief effort” will be launched “immediately” for those in the region affected by the weekend storm.
Safety emphasized at Classic concert venue
Preparation for the Greenbrier Classic Concert Series (GCCS) barely hiccupped when a powerful storm called a “derecho” gouged a path through Greenbrier County over the weekend.
Tourney contract extended until 2021
In just its third year, The Greenbrier Classic has received a much stronger commitment from the PGA.
Youth Day event a success
Sure, the big boys were in town.
‘A tribute to West Virginia’
Jim Justice was beaming with pride as he stepped off his golf cart Monday, readying himself for the beginning of the first pro-am tournament of The Greenbrier Classic this week.
6-man playoff needed
Six fantastic rounds of golf. But room for only four to move on.
3rd annual event gets going with pro-am
When the gates opened up at The Greenbrier Classic on Monday, Matt and Kasie Grose of Charleston were among the thousands of spectators that filed in to the grounds of The Old White TPC golf course at The Greenbrier.
Fairmont native Ferrell ready for shot at Greenbrier Classic
Despite being asked the question more times than he can count, this is one Jess Ferrell doesn’t mind too much answering.
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