- The Greenbrier Classic
There’s a Tiger roaring on The Old White TPC course at The Greenbrier. It’s just not the one everybody was expecting.
Change in strategy doesn’t help Mickelson
Phil Mickelson avoided all the off-the-course entertainment, which can also serve as a distraction, this week in order to improve on his 2011 showing, when he was the biggest name in the tournament but missed the cut and was not around for the weekend.
A Classic with no Tiger or Phil still has plenty to offer
Leaderboard and Partial Second Round Results
Leaderboard at time of suspended play
Storm? What storm? Aside from the lusty boost from PGA traffic merging with White Sulphur Springs locals seeking gasoline after a weekend of wicked weather, all was as it should be for the new No. 1 stop on the PGA tour this week — better than it should be, by popular opinion.
Vijay makes clubs Singh for Day 1 lead
The talk all week at The Greenbrier Classic has been of days gone by — tournaments like the 1979 Ryder Cup and golfing legends like Sam Snead. On Thursday, Vijay Singh gave fans on The Old White TPC course another reason to turn back the clock.
The 49-year-old Fijian, who hasn’t won on the PGA TOUR since 2008, fired a 7-under-par 63 to take the opening-round lead at The Greenbrier’s third-year event.
Less than a month ago, Webb Simpson claimed his third career PGA TOUR victory — the U.S. Open no less, for his first major.
Volunteers are keeping the ball rolling
Jim Strawn arrived at The Old White TPC course at The Greenbrier Thursday, prepared to walk the course with Andres Romero, Steve Flesch and John Daly. Minutes later, he had a front row seat for the round that everybody wanted to see.
Greenbrier Classic first round results
Greenbrier Classic second round tee times
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