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History

The Greenbrier Classic is a golf tournament in West Virginia on the PGA Tour, played on The Old White TPC at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. It made its debut in 2010 and replaced the long-standing Buick Open in Flint, Michigan, on the tour schedule. Opened 104 years ago in 1914, The Old White course joined the TPC network of courses in March 2011. It was extended to 7,287 yards (6,663 m) in 2013, and reduced by a yard in 2017; the average elevation is approximately 1,850 feet (565 m) above sea level. Played in late July for its first two editions, The Greenbrier Classic moved to early July in 2012. Prior to the 2012 event, the original six-year contract with the PGA Tour was extended another six years, through 2021. Due to the effects of severe flooding in June, the 2016 tournament was cancelled. As of the 2018 edition, the event has been renamed A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, in honor of U.S. military involvement at the Greenbrier site (such as its use as a military hospital during World War II, and Project Greek Island)

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