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Greenbrier Classic

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The Greenbrier Classic was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour, held from 2010 to 2019 at The Old White at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. For its final two editions, the tournament was titled A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier. Course Opened in 1914, The Old White course joined the TPC network of courses in March 2011. It was extended to in 2013, and reduced by a yard in 2017; the average elevation is approximately above sea level. Old White TPC Course in 2018 History The Greenbrier Classic made its debut in 2010 and replaced the long-standing Buick Open in Grand Blanc, Michigan, on the tour schedule. In the final round of the inaugural year, Stuart Appleby shot a 59 (the fifth in PGA Tour history) to win by one stroke. It was his first win on tour in four years. Played in late July for its first two editions, The Greenbrier Classic moved to early July in 2012. Prior to the
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