Greenbrier Classic 2011
July 29, 2011 by Post Team
Greenbrier Classic 2011, In 2010, the Old White Course Greenbrier hosted the Classic and now again in 2011, only this year, is part of Red’s Club tournament on the PGA Tour Player. There are, however, there have been some changes made in the course including the minor modification to the boundary changes, adjustments were made in the form of nine greens,
rejuvenation and creeping bentgrass seeding. The bunkers were also transferred three of the holes and lines of streets, were adjusted in 11 holes. The course is now actually 200 yards longer than for the Classic Greenbrier 2010. From the afternoon of Thursday July 28, Trevor Immelman won the 2011 Classic Greenbrier in White Old TPC. After Immelman were Billy Mayfair, without conviction Derek Simpson Webb and Chris DiMarco (in that order). Earlier Immelman missed a green in regulation and had 28 putts in the first round only. Also during the first part of the day only 17 players, of the 78 total players on the course were under par.
The Old White TPC is one of 18 holes, par 70 course with 6826 meters / slope 137-5034 m / slope 129. The course was opened in 1914 and named in the Old White Hotel, which was built in 1858 and destroyed in 1922. Charles Blair Macdonald designed 2011 Greenbrier Course.
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