The final round of the 2012 Greenbrier Classic resumes Sunday afternoon at The Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. U.S. Open Champion Webb Simpson is two shots clear of the field at (-14) after rounds of 65-66-65 over the first three days.
The 26-year-old Simpson has made just one bogey so far at the Greenbrier and appears to have great control with all of his clubs this weekend. He is top 5 in greens in regulation and driving accuracy with more 75 percent in each.
Simpson is establishing himself as a top player on tour over the past two seasons. He had two wins on tour in 2011, his first ever, propelling him to a second place finish in the FedEx Cup. This year he has won the Open and has five top-10 finishes in the 15 events he has entered.
If he can hang on and take the Greenbrier, he would become the fourth player this season with multiple victories.
Troy Kelly, from Tacoma, Wash., is two back at (-12). The 34-year-old Kelly has been in and out of the PGA tour for several years, and he doesn't have a top-25 finish in his 33 PGA events, much less a win, but he is poised to get his best finish ever this weekend.
Ken Duke, Charlie Beljan and J.B. Holmes are all three back of Simpson at (-11). Ted Potter Jr. at (-10) is the only other player who is double-digits under par.
Tiger Woods posted his tour-leading third win of the season at the AT&T National last week and many observers were predicting that he had returned to his full prowess. But Woods was only able to scrape out even par over the first two days on a course he had never seen before this weekend and missed the cut by a stroke.
Where to Watch: The tournament will be shown beginning at 3 p.m. ET on CBS Sunday.