GREENBRIER CLASSIC 2018 BETTING PROMO CODE
July 5-8, 2018
The Old White Course
White Sulphur Springs
Current Champion: Xander Schauffele
The historic West Virginia resort will sponsor and host The Greenbrier Classic as part of the FedExCup, beginning the week of July 5-8, 2018.
The Old White Course, The Greenbrier’s original of three golf courses, will serve as the site of the tournament where a field of 156 players will compete for a $6 million purse.
The history of golf in America lies within the generous fairways and undulating greens of the Old White Course at The Greenbrier. The Old White has been host to the greatest golfers in the world, including Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Tom Watson. What better way to continue the story than with The Greenbrier Classic – now an official stop on the 2018 PGA TOUR.
From the Ryder Cup in 1979 to the LPGA Solheim Cup in 1994, to the PGA’s Champions Tour from 1985-87, The Greenbrier has defined championship golf.
2017 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER: XANDER SCHAUFFELE
2016 Greenbrier Classic was Cancelled due to flooding
2015 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Danny Lee shot 67 in regulation and made birdie on both extra holes to win a four-man playoff at The 2015 Greenbrier Classic.
2014 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Angel Cabrera started his final 18 at the Greenbrier Classic playing in the final group and despite a few bumps on the back nine, rolled into the clubhouse for a two-shot win over George McNeill.
2013 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Jonas Blixt wins 2013 Greenbrier Classic at the Old White TPC in Sulphur Springs. This would be Blixt’s 2nd career PGA Tour victory. Blixt shot 13-under for the tournament to beat a quartet of players who all finished two shots back.
2012 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Ted Potter, Jr. took on the final two holes of regulation at the Old White TPC to win the 2012 Greenbrier Classic. Potter finished eagle-birdie to tie Troy Kelly for the lead at 16 under par, then beat him on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff for his first PGA Tour win.
2011 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Scott Stallings made a birdie on the final hole to qualify for a three-way playoff, then sprinted in excitement toward the 18th tee and showed he could repeat the feat on the first extra hole. Stallings sank a 7-footer for birdie on the 168-yard hole to win the 2011 Greenbrier Classic. He moved from 88th to 26th on the FedEx Cup points list.
2010 GREENBRIER CLASSIC WINNER
Stuart Appleby hit golf’s magic number Sunday, shooting a 59 to win the Greenbrier Classic. Appleby becomes the fifth PGA Tour player to reach the milestone. Appleby birdied the final three holes with putts of under 15 feet to earn the $1.08 million winner’s check.