2013 Greenbrier Classic Photos PGA Tour

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Jonas Blixt shot a 67 to surge past Johnson Wagner and win the Greenbrier Classic for his second career title.
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Johnson Wagner began the day with a two-shot edge and a chance to earn his fourth career PGA Tour title. He shot a 73 and tied for second.
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Jimmy Walker began the day two shots behind Wagner. He shot 71 and tied for second.
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Jordan Spieth, 19, was chasing his first career PGA Tour victory. He shot 73 and tied for 23rd.
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A storm Sunday afternoon created a lengthy delay, and nearly forced a Monday morning finish to the event.
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On Saturday Johnson Wagner made seven birdies and a bogey to build a two-shot lead heading into the final round.
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"I felt really comfortable all day," Wagner said. "I hit a lot of good golf shots. I've got a really clear picture of what I'm trying to do on every swing."
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Russell Henley made a double bogey on No. 11 on his way to a 72.
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Bill Lunde bogeyed three of the final 10 holes for a 71.
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Bill Haas birdied three of the last four holes for a 67.
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Tommy Gainey made four birdies and three bogeys for a 69.
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Matt Every started the day with the lead, but he dropped to a tie for 27th after a four-over 74.
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At age 63, Tom Watson is 3-under par after two rounds at the Greenbrier Classic.
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Watson is Greenbrier's Golf Professional Emeritus, a position once held by Sam Snead. Snead also holds the record for oldest player to make a PGA Tour cut. Snead made the cut at 1979 Westchester Classic at age 67.
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Watson only intended to play the Greenbrier Classic to scout players for next year's Ryder Cup team. Now he's in the thick of the tournament.
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A true boy of summer, Russell Henley is 8-under after two rounds.
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The Greenbrier was Mickelson's first event since he finished runner-up to Justin Rose at the 2013 U.S. Open.
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This event is the first time Phil Mickelson, with caddie Bones Mackay in photo, has missed three straight cuts in one tournament. He didn't advance to weekend play at the Greenbrier Classic in 2011 or 2012.
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Phil Mickelson shot 68 on Friday, but it wasn't enough to make the cut after his Thursday 74.
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Rory Sabbatini got himself into contention with a 5-under 65 on Friday. Sabbo's best finish this year is a T7 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
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Two Gloves hits his tee shot in 18 at Greenbrier. Gainey is in the field this week because Tiger Woods withdrew due to his injured left elbow.
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Tommy "Two Gloves" Gainey offered more proof that the hardest thing in golf is to follow a great round with another great round. He shot 71 Friday after a Thursday 62.
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Vijay Singh missed the cut at 3-over. It was his fifth MC of the 2013 season.
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The Man With Two Last Names -- Johnson Wagner -- is 8-under after two rounds, just one behind leader Matt Every.
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Bubba Watson is holding his own in the Battle of the Watsons this week. He's tied with Tom at 3-under.
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Bubba has been raving about the Greenbrier Resort on Twitter. He even tried falconry.
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Australian Steve Bowditch has four birdies on the back nine Friday to get to 8-under.
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Boo Weekley's 2013 Comeback Tour took the week off. He missed the cut at 5-over.
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Bill Lunde is at 8-under. Prior to this week, he'd only made one cut in six PGA Tour starts this year.
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Phil Mickelson struggled in the first round of the Greenbrier Classic, shooting a 74.
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Mickelson is coming off his sixth-career runner-up finish at the U.S. Open.
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Johnson Wagner shot a fine eight-under 62 to take a share of the lead.
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63-year-old Tom Watson shot a 68 on day one.
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Bubba Watson shot a two-under 68 Thursday.
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John Daly sported some patriotic pants for Independence Day. He shot a 75.
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Tommy Gainey also shot a 62 to tie for the lead.
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Gary Woodland shot a one-under 69.
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Fresh off his win at the Senior Players, Kenny Perry fired a solid 68.