Xander Schauffele wins Greenbrier Classic for 1st PGA Tour title

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Xander Schauffele wins Greenbrier Classic for 1st PGA Tour title

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Xander Schauffele wins Greenbrier Classic for 1st PGA Tour title

The PGA Tour is in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va, for the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC.

We tracked all of Sunday’s final-round action. Look back on what you may have missed as Xander Schauffele captured the Greenbrier Classic.

How to follow the action:

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  • TELEVISION: Golf Channel, 1-2:30 p.m.; CBS, 3-6 p.m.
  • RADIO: PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM and PGATour.com, 1-6 p.m.
  • PGA TOUR LIVE: 2:30-6 p.m.
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Greenbrier Classic tracker

UPDATE No. 14 (6:12 p.m. ET): Here’s your recap.

UPDATE No. 13 (5:58 p.m. ET): Streb can’t birdie 18, and Schauffele wins.

UPDATE No. 12 (5:50 p.m. ET): Streb misses a 12-footer for birdie at 18. And that means he must birdie the last, or Schauffele is your winner.

UPDATE No. 11 (5:48 p.m. ET): Schauffle stuffs it to 3 feet at 18 and rolls in the birdie putt. He’s now 14 under and one ahead of Streb, who’s on the par-5 17th.

UPDATE No. 10 (5:35 p.m. ET): Munoz bogeys 16 after going long on the approach. Here’s the current leaderboard.

UPDATE No. 9 (5:20 p.m. ET): It’s getting tight! Three-way tie for the lead at 13 under after Streb birdies 14 and Schauffele birdies 16. Lovemark is only one back after birdie at 16.

UPDATE No. 8 (4:57 p.m. ET): Munoz now has the solo lead at 13 under after Streb double bogeys 13. Munoz has a one-shot lead over three players.

UPDATE No. 7 (4:42 p.m. ET): Streb (-14) birdies No. 12 to remain in the solo lead. He’s one ahead of Munoz and two clear of Shauffele and Jamie Lovemark. But Streb had to take a penalty drop at 13 and is likely heading toward bogey (or worse).

UPDATE No. 6 (4:10 p.m. ET): Robert Streb is now the solo leader at 13 under after Schauffele bogeys No. 11 to fall to 12 under.

UPDATE No. 5 (3:30 p.m. ET): Xander Schauffele drains a 17-footer to tie the lead at 13 under. He’s really found his footing lately on the PGA Tour.

UPDATE No. 4 (3:11 p.m. ET): Well, this keeps swinging back and forth. Munoz bogeys the sixth and Streb rolls in a five-footer for birdie. We’re tied at the top again. Both are 13 under.

UPDATE No. 3 (3:04 p.m. ET): Munoz was caught briefly when Streb birdied No. 3 and Munoz bogeyed No. 4. But Munoz birdies No. 5 and Streb bogeys the same hole. That’s a two-shot swing and Munoz still leads by two at 14 under.

UPDATE No. 2 (2:01 p.m. ET): The final group is off! Nothing has changed so far, except that Davis Love III has started bogey-bogey to move back to 8 under. That puts him six back of Sebastian Munoz, who leads by two at 14 under.

UPDATE No. 1 (1:18 p.m. ET): Oh are there some numbers out there today. Before the leaders have even teed off, Phil Mickelson closes in 6-under 64 to rocket from T-61 to T-16. Joaquin Niemann shoots the same score and moves up 43 spots to T-24 at 5 under. Michael Kim (5 under through 12), Bryson DeChambeau (4 under through 11) and Alex Cejka (4 under through 10) are all lighting it up at 7 under overall.

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