Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament Awarded “Best in Class”

The Greenbrier Classic golf tournament
The Greenbrier Classic

The PGA TOUR honored the Greenbrier Classic golf tournament at the recent Tournament Advisory Council (TAC) meetings.

The Greenbrier Classic won awards for “Best in Class,” “Best Special Event” and “Best Branding and Signage” during the 2011 tournament at The Old White TPC.

The Greenbrier is located in White Sulphur Springs in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia and has been welcoming guests since 1778. The Greenbrier is known as “America’s Resort,” and consist of 6,750 acres of undulating landscape that includes four luxury golf courses.

Greenbrier Classic Golf Tournament

The coveted “Best in Class” award was bestowed upon The Greenbrier Classic to honor excellence in several areas, including: tournament presentation, which incorporated Dorothy Draper’s design touches inside The Greenbrier resort into specific tournament areas such as the media center and hospitality pavilions; an innovative in-room tournament scoring channel; and a multitude of player/family activities, including ice cream socials, cooking demonstrations, movie and bowling nights.

The Greenbrier Classic’s annual Concert Series helped the tournament share top honors for “Best Special Event” in 2012. The event’s three-concert lineup in 2011, which drew nearly 160,000 attendees, included country music stars Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban, along with The Black Eyed Peas.

The 2012 Greenbrier Classic, won this year by Scott Stallings in a playoff over Bob Estes and eventual FedExCup champion Bill Haas, will be held at The Old White TPC from July 5-8, 2012.

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