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The Tour Report

July 28 2011

3:00 PM

Update: Scoring not so low

In last year’s final round of The Greenbrier Classic, Stuart Appleby shot a 59 to win. The day before that, J.B. Holmes carded a 60. But with several changes made to the course , we might be hard-pressed to see numbers like that this year.

So far, the lead is just 4 under with Billy Mayfair (through 14 holes) and Trevor Immelman (through 13 holes) sharing the top spot.

Now, The Old White TPC shouldn’t play as difficult as Shaughnessy G&CC did for last week’s RBC Canadian Open, but of the 78 players currently on the course, 17 of them are under par at the moment. In other words, figure scoring to be somewhere between what we saw last week, where only a couple handfuls of players broke par, and what we saw last year, where the winning score was 22 under.

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