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2014 Tournament Recap

THANK YOU to the hundreds of thousands of spectators, sponsors and volunteers that graced the paths of The Old White TPC during the 2014 Greenbrier Classic. Without your dedication and support The Greenbrier Classic would not be the Event of the Summer on the PGA TOUR.
 
Ángel Cabrera made his first appearance at The Greenbrier Classic and ended up winning for the first time since the 2009 Masters with a final round score of 64. Nestled in the Alleghany Mountains, The Old White TPC, which he blistered for a winning total of 16 under, reminded Cabrera of the Sierras Chicas, or the "little mountains," back home in Cordoba where he learned the game.
 


"This was a great opportunity," Cabrera said through his interpreter and coach Charlie Epps. "I wanted it. I needed to win a tournament. I felt under control today out there, and I didn't want to let it get away from me."
 
After the round, Cabrera joined John Bush, PGA TOUR, in the interview room where he stated “The truth of the matter is I just had a great week, and I’ve been working very hard to get to this moment, and I am very happy.” 

  Q: What was the best part of your game today?  Your putting was particularly good on Saturday.  Did you have a repeat of that or did something else really step up?

A: The big thing was the drive today.  It was good all week long.  It made the course play a little shorter for myself, but it was definitely my drive, driver.

 
Q: Angel, first time you've played in this tournament.  Why did you choose to play here this year?
A: I had been told by my friends that this was a great place, a great golf course.  And the other fact is I needed to play, I needed to win.
 
Q: West Virginia, first time you're here, probably moved up on your list of favorite states or what? 
A: Could be, could be.

 


Other notable performances came from Billy Hurley III and George McNeill.  Hurley III, held the outright second and third-round lead, entered the final round with a two-stroke cushion over two-time Major Championship winner Cabrera.  McNeill turned in the round of the day with a 9-under 61, topping his previous-low round on the PGA TOUR of 61.  He finished runner-up and two strokes behind Cabrera.
 
The official PGA TOUR FedEx Cup event will return to The Greenbrier June 29 - July 5, 2015 with a field of 156 PGA TOUR professionals competing for a $6.7 million purse.  We will be honored to welcome back the players and fans of the PGA TOUR to The Greenbrier Classic.
 
Join us this year for what promises to be another spectacular event combining great golf and incredible concerts, it's the most anticipated stop on the PGA TOUR and the summer's hottest ticket.



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