Faldo Series Grand Final comes to The Greenbrier

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The Faldo Series Grand Final will comes to United States, more specifically The Greenbrier in October 2013.

"I want to thank Jim Justice and The Greenbrier for taking a leadership position in an effort that is supported by The European Tour, the R&A, the Asia Tour, the Asia Pacific Golf Federation, ISPS Handa and most recently, The PGA TOUR, to grow golf globally through this Series," said Sir Nick Faldo. "Today marks a truly significant day in our history as The Greenbrier joins Mission Hills in China as annual Grand Final host venues for our players.

"I’m also sincerely grateful to Commissioner Tim Finchem and the PGA TOUR for continuing to support and develop the best efforts to grow the game of golf. Their contribution to bringing the world's young players to the U.S. highlights the TOUR's commitment to introducing golf to young people everywhere and to developing a truly global sport as we approach the Olympic games and beyond."

The Faldo Series hosts more than 7,000 young golfers ages 12-21 with 40 events in 31 countries, and today in the United States. American players will be eligible for the Grand Final in 2014.

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