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PGA Tour

Greenbrier Classic

At The Old White Course

White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.

Yardage: 7,031; Par 70

Purse: $6 million

Sunday's leading results

Final Round

a-amateur

Stuart Appleby $1,080,000 66-68-65-59--258

   Jeff Overton, $648,000  64-62-66-67--259
   Brendon de Jonge, $408,000  65-68-65-65--263
   Woody Austin, $226,200  67-68-67-63--265
   Paul Stankowski, $226,200  69-65-67-64--265
   Roger Tambellini, $226,200  69-66-65-65--265
   Jimmy Walker, $226,200  67-64-67-67--265
   D.A. Points, $226,200 68-66-61-70--265
   Pat Perez, $138,857  64-69-69-64--266
   Chris Stroud, $138,857  69-63-69-65--266
   Troy Matteson, $138,857 69-65-67-65--266
   Aron Price, $138,857        65-71-65-65--266
   Jim Furyk, $138,857  68-65-67-66--266
   Charles Howell III, $138,857  65-67-67-67--266
   Boo Weekley, $138,857 67-63-67-69--266
   Matt Bettencourt, $90,000  65-69-67-66--267
   Brandt Snedeker, $90,000   68-68-65-66--267
   Marc Leishman, $90,000  68-68-65-66--267
   Scott Piercy, $90,000 66-67-67-67--267
   J.B. Holmes, $90,000  69-69-60-69--267
   John Senden, $47,460  68-67-68-65--268
   Michael Letzig, $47,460 72-65-66-65--268
   Ben Crane, $47,460    66-67-69-66--268
   Richard S. Johnson, $47,460  66-67-69-66--268
   Stephen Ames, $47,460 68-67-67-66--268
   Dean Wilson, $47,460  66-70-66-66--268
   John Rollins, $47,460 65-69-67-67--268
   Brett Wetterich, $47,460 67-68-66-67--268
   Matt Kuchar, $47,460      69-69-63-67--268
   Rocco Mediate, $47,460  70-68-63-67--268
   Briny Baird, $47,460  67-65-68-68--268
   Bob Estes, $47,460  66-68-66-68--268
   Spencer Levin, $47,460  66-67-67-68--268
   Justin Leonard, $47,460  67-68-65-68--268
   Jonathan Byrd, $47,460  69-65-64-70--268
   Garrett Willis, $25,833  71-67-66-65--269
   Chris Riley, $25,833  68-69-66-66--269
   J.J. Henry, $25,833  69-69-64-67--269
   Aaron Baddeley, $25,833 67-65-69-68--269
   Scott McCarron, $25,833   67-66-68-68--269
   Chris Couch, $25,833  66-67-68-68--269
   Skip Kendall, $25,833 67-68-66-68--269
   Kevin Na, $25,833  70-66-65-68--269
   Derek Lamely, $25,833 69-69-63-68--269
   Tom Gillis, $17,160 72-63-69-66--270
   Jeev Milkha Singh, $17,160  67-69-68-66--270
   Jay Williamson, $17,160  66-71-67-66--270
   Graham DeLaet, $17,160  70-67-66-67--270
   Cameron Percy, $17,160  69-68-66-67--270
   Mathew Goggin, $17,160  66-70-66-68--270
   Kevin Sutherland, $13,893  67-69-69-66--271
   Brent Delahoussaye, $13,893  68-69-68-66--271
   Joe Ogilvie, $13,893  68-69-68-66--271
   Carl Pettersson, $13,893  71-64-69-67--271
   Greg Chalmers, $13,893  68-69-67-67--271
   Ben Curtis, $13,893  69-66-68-68--271
   Chad Collins, $13,893       66-69-68-68--271
   Brenden Pappas, $13,893  71-67-64-69--271
   Tim Herron, $13,893  69-66-66-70--271
   Also
   Sergio Garcia, $12,900 68-67-67-70--272
   John Daly, $11,160  69-68-67-76--280
   Stuart Appleby's 59 Card
   At The Old White Course
   White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
   Par out   443     444     434-34
   Appleby   433   333   333-28
   Par in 445   443   453-36-70
   Appleby     443     443     342-31-59
   PGA Tour 59 List
   PGA 59 list

Players who have shot a round of 59 in a PGA Tour event:

-- Al Geiberger, at Colonial Country Club, Memphis, Tenn., in second round of 1977 Memphis Classic (13 under).

-- Chip Beck, at Sunrise Golf Club, Las Vegas, in third round of 1991 Las Vegas Invitational (13 under).

-- David Duval, at Arnold Palmer Course at PGA West, La Quinta, Calif., in final round of 1999 Bob Hope Invitational (13 under).

-- Paul Goydos, at TPC Deere Run course, Silvis, Ill., in first round of 2010 John Deere Classic (12 under).

-- Stuart Appleby, at The Old White Course, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va, in the final round of the 2010 Greenbrier Classic (11 under). …

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