In 2010, The Old White Course hosted The Greenbrier Classic and now again in 2011, only this year it is part of the PGA Tour’s Tournament Player’s Club Network. There have however been some changes made to the course including minor modification to contour modifications, shape adjustments were made on nine greens, resurfacing and seeding with creeping bentgrass. The bunkers were also moved on three of the holes and fairway lines were adjusted on 11 holes. The course is now actually 200 yards longer than it was for the Greenbrier Classic 2010.
As of early afternoon on Thursday July 28th, Trevor Immelman led the Greenbrier Classic 2011 at the Old White TPC. Following Immelman were Billy Mayfair, Derek Lamely, Webb Simpson and Chris DiMarco (in that order). Early on Immelman missed one green in regulation and took 28 putts, in just the opening round. Also during the first part of the day only 17 players, out of the 78 total players on the course, were under par.
The Old White TPC is an 18-hole, par 70 course which features 6,826 yards/slope 137 to 5,034 yards/slope 129. The course was opened in 1914 and named from the Old White Hotel, which was built in 1858 and destroyed in 1922. The 2011 Greenbrier course was designed by Charles Blair Macdonald.