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Final round
scores from the Greenbrier Classic

Xander Schauffele -14
Robert Streb -13
Jamie Lovemark -12
Sebastian Munoz -12
Kelly Kraft -11
Russell Henley -11
Ryan Blaum -10
Tony Finau -10
Alex Cejka -9
Chad Campbell -9
Danny Lee -9
J. B. Holmes -9
Nick Taylor -9

Final round
odds for
the Greenbrier

Sebastian Munoz 9/4
Robert Streb 9/2     
Xander Schauffele 11/2
Jamie Lovemark 6/1
Russell Henley 7/1
Kelly Kraft 18/1
Danny Lee 22/1
Tony Finau 22/1
Davis Love lll 25/1
Nick Taylor 50/1
J.B. Holmes 66/1
Hudson Swafford 125/1
James Hahn 125/1
David Hearn 150/1
Chad Campbell 250/1
Graham Delaet 250/1
Chris Stroud 500/1
Ben Martin 500/1
Jonathan Randolph 500/1
Curtis Luck 500/1
Seamus Power 500/1
Webb Simpson 500/1
Harris English 500/1
Bill Haas 500/1
Nick Watney 500/1
Patrick Reed 500/1
Kevin Streelman 500/1
Rory Sabbatini 500/1
Keegan Bradley 500/1


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Review & Betting Guide for the Greenbrier Classic


Bill Haas
Bill Haas

Kevin Kisner
Kevin Kisner
Keith Allison

Webb Simpson
Webb Simpson
Keith Allison

Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley
Galatians Design

Billy Horschel
Charles Howell lll
Keith Allison

Sean O'Hair
Sean O'Hair
Steven Newton

This week sees the tour pitch up in West Virginia at The Old White TPC course at the Greenbrier Resort. The course was designed by the first ever winner of the US Amateur Championship, Charles Blair Macdonald in 1914. Charles was born in Canada but was shipped of to St Andrews University where he fell in love with golf.

Located in White Sulphur Springs, the course was named after the famed Old White Hotel, which stood on these grounds from 1858 to 1922. You will see a lot of that Scottish influence on this course, where Macdonald used some of the courses he played in Scotland as a template, the 8th hole is based on the Redan at North Berwick, the 13th on the Alps at Prestwick and the 15th on the Eden course at St Andrew's.

President Woodrow Wilson was one of the first golfers to play at The Old White course in April of 1914. The Old White is a very strategic course with wide fairways and challenging, undulated greens.

In 2001 Lester George was commissioned to restore The Old White Course, bringing back many of the original features to this Charles Blair Macdonald masterpiece. All 18 greens, as well as the practice putting and pitching greens have been reconstructed with minor tweaks and narrowing fairways, lengthening to 7,274-yards and expanding the lake on the16th.

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My tips to win:

Bill Haas 18/1 – with SportingBet – went through a bit of a mid season crisis missing three cuts on the spin following The Masters. Thankfully it all seems to be back on track after making the Top 25 in all five of Bill’s following starts which includes two Top 5s – one of which was at the US Open, the other was a charity event just after the US Open. Haas had a thirteenth place finish at last weekends Quicken Loans tournament and will be looking forward to teeing it up on a track where he has had a runner-up finish.

Two years ago Kevin Kisner 16/1 – with Ladbrokes – also had a runner-up finish here firing a final round 64 that see him storm up the learderboard. Kevin already has a win this year and two runner-up finishes and two other Top 10s and will know doubt be looking forward to this week.

It has been a strange year for Webb Simpson 28/1 – with UniBet – with three missed cuts and four Top 16 finishes, but the North Carolinian does have a good record over the Old White course with three Top 10s from six starts, which also includes two missed cuts a bit like his season really.

My each-way tips:

Another players that has been on a bit of a rollercoaster is Keegan Bradley 33/1 – UniBet – with six missed cuts this year, but things seem to be back on track over the last couple of weeks, a win in the charity event just after the US Open has seen Keegan bag two Top 10 finishes which should see him in buoyant mood this week.

After spending most of the season out with a rib injury Charles Howell lll 40/1 – Bet365 – came back with a bang at the weekend and just missed out in a play-off for the Quicken Loans title. The lad from Augusta, Georgia has not really played well over the Old White course with only one Top 10 finish here, but I am sure he will be bouncing to the tee this week after last weekends performance.

My outside tips:

There are a couple of decent outside tips this week. Sean O’Hair 75/1 – with Bet365 – is another player who has had a strange year that started so well, he made it four missed cuts when he crashed out of the US Open just when you thought he had gotten back on track with two Top 5 finishes – one of which was a runner-up. A couple of weeks rest and practice will hopefully see the Texan back to form this week.

Johnson Wagner 90/1 – Bet365 – seems to enjoy the Old White course and has a runner-up finish here. Johnson had five consecutive missed cuts recently but a Top 5 at the weekend and coming back here could just be the positive vibes he needs to challenge this week.
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