July 4-8, 2018
The Old White Course
White Sulphur Springs
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The Greenbrier is excited to host the PGA TOUR's newest event on July 4-8, 2018 as part of the FedExCup Series - giving players and fans alike the opportunity to experience professional golf against the backdrop of this American treasure.
The Greenbrier has had considerable involvement with professional golf over the years. The course was built in 1924 and renovated by Jack Nicklaus in 1977, played host to the 1979 Ryder Cup Matches as well as the 1994 Solheim Cup Matches. The tournament also played host to Champions Tour tournaments from 1985-87. Measuring 7,000 yards and playing to par 70, The Old White Course was originally designed by Charles Blair MacDonald.
Golf Digest named The Greenbrier as the #8 golf resort in North America. In 2010, the world's greatest players will be here for The Greenbrier Classic, a PGA TOUR, FedExCup event. The historic Old White Course, will be the site for this event which will be held for six consecutive years. The Greenbrier Course hosted the 1979 International Ryder Cup and 1994 Solheim Cup matches as well as three American Express Championships in the mid 1980s. The Meadows Course, which hosts numerous state and regional championships annually, was renovated in 1999.
The Old White Course
The Old White Course, opened in 1914. The course was named for the well-known Old White Hotel, which stood on the grounds from 1858 to 1922. One of the first golfers to play The Old White was President Woodrow Wilson in April of 1914. The course features generous fairways and challenging, undulating putting greens. Every hole has an obvious and well defined strategy that allows for either a very challenging approach to the green, or one that has less risk, and a higher chance of success.
Over the years, golf greats including Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Lee Trevino and Tom Watson have played these challenging greens. Sam Snead shot his final hole-in-one on The Old White Course's No. 18 in 1995. To ensure the future of this traditional course, The Greenbrier began a multi-year restoration process, which was done by Lester George of George Golf Design and was completed in 2006.
Golf Course Architects - C.B. Macdonald and Seth Raynor
6,826 yards/slope 137 to 5,034 yards/slope 129
Greenbrier Classic Results and Winners
2017 Greenbrier Classic Winner: Xander Schauffele
2016 Greenbrier Classic Winner
2015 Greenbrier Classic Winner
Danny Lee emerged from a dramatic four-person playoff to claim his first PGA TOUR victory. The South Korean-born New Zealander played his way into the sudden death playoff with a final round 3-under-par 67. Lee and David Hearn then birdied the first playoff hole to eliminate Robert Streb and Kevin Kisner, who both missed the green on the par 3, 18th hole. Lee then two-putted the second playoff hole, the par 5, 17th, to seal the victory after a bogey by Hearn. "All I can say is wow," Lee said. "I finally did it."
2014 Greenbrier Classic Winner
Angel Cabrera bogeyed 14 and 15 before playing the final three holes at one under. But before he teed off, George McNeill shot a 61 to get to -14 for the tournament as Cabrera started the day four back of clubhouse leader McNeill.
2013 Greenbrier Classic Winner
Jonas Blixt used five birdies, including a clutch 4-footer at the par-4 16th, to secure his second career PGA Tour victory on Sunday, clearing four others by two shots at the 2013 Greenbrier Classic in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
2012 Greenbrier Classic Winner
Ted Potter, Jr. is finally a PGA Tour champion after holding off Troy Kelly in a sudden death playoff at the 2012 Greenbrier Classic after 3 playoff holes.
2011 Greenbrier Classic Winner
2011 Greenbier Classic had an exciting three-man sudden death playoff for the championship. Bill Haas, Bob Estes and Scott Stallings, tied at -10, returned to the tee of #18 for the tie-breaker. But it was rookie Stallings, who sprinted to the tee, birdied the hole for his first win on the PGA TOUR.
2010 Greenbrier Classic Winner
Stuart Appleby is the 2010 Greenbrier Classic winner, Appleby had nine birdies and an eagle in his round on the Old White course. Appleby's 11-under round put him at 22 under, giving him a one-stroke victory to end a four-year winless drought. Third-round leader Jeff Overton (67) narrowly missed a long birdie try on the par-3 18th that would have forced a playoff.
2010 Greenbrier Classic Winner: Stuart Appleby
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