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The Greenbrier to host 2010 U.S. PGA Tour

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The Examiner has the latest on the 2010 PGA:

Golf fans will want to know that the luxury resort The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia will host the new U.S. PGA Tour (July 29 – August 1, 2010), which is replacing General Motors Company’s Buick Open. The event will be called the Greenbrier Classic and will be played two weeks before the PGA Championship, according to Bloomberg.com, on the resort’s Old White course. Golf Digest magazined reported the Greenbrier Clasic will have a total purse of about $5.8 million. Bloomberg.com said the purse for last week’s Buick Open, won by Tiger Woods, was $5.1 million. The 231-year-old “Georgian-style” The Greenbrier, which has welcomed U.S. presidents and Hollywood’s elite, will stretch the Old White Course from 6,826 yards to 7,000 before the 2010 tournament. The course was originally designed by C.B. MacDonald and Seth Raynor in 1914 and redesigned by Bob Cupp in 1999. – from Examiner



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