GolfWRX is live from The Greenbrier Classic, which is held at The Greenbrier, a Forbes four-star and AAA Five Diamond award-winning luxury resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV.

In 2012, Ted Potter Jr. broke through for his first PGA Tour win at The Greenbrier in a playoff over Troy Kelly. Plenty is up for grabs this year — the $1.1 million prize, 50o FedExCup points and exemptions into the British Open for the top five finishers and ties already not qualified for the event.

Check out the photos we took at The Greenbrier from the range, putting green and around the course. Be sure to check back, as we’re updating this story with new photos every day.

Monday: Tom Watson, Jesper Parnevik, Matt Every, K.J. Choi, Mark Silvers, Billy Horshel, Lee Williams, Charles Howell III, Nicholas Thompson, Rod Pampling, Eric Meierdierks, Donald Constable, Justin Leonard, Jimmy Walker, Will Claxton, Scott Stallings, Steven Bowditch, Nick O’Hern, Stuart Appleby, Jonas Blixt, Ryo Ishikawa, Ben Curtis, Scott Gardiner, Greg Owen, Tag Ridings, Steve Flesch, Brendan Steele, Robert Streb and more!

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Tuesday: Billy Horschel, Matt Every, Charlie Beljan, Gary Woodland, Bobby Gates, Paul Haley II, D.H. Lee, K.J. Choi, Peter Hanson, Martin Flores, Charles Howell III, Brendon de Jonge, John Daly, Nick Watney, Ben Kohles, Ben Crane, D.J. Trahan, David Hearn, Jordan Spieth, Carl Pettersson, George McNeil, Rory Sabbattini, Brad Fritsch, Mike Kim, Jason Gore, James Driscoll and more!

Tuesday Part 1 Tuesday Part 2

Wednesday: Kyle Stanley, Bubba Watson, Bud Cauley, Jimmy Walker, Seung Yul Noh, Caleb Lee, Scott Piercy, Webb Simpson, Tom Watson, Ben Curtis, D.A. Points, Ken Duke, Scott Stallings, Tommy Gainey, Vijay Singh hitting a Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme and TaylorMade R1 Black driver, Gary Christian, Kyle Stanley, Roberto Castro, Cameron Percy, Morgan Hoffman, Brendan Steele, Martin Flores, K.J. Choi with Mizuno MP-H4 in his 4, 5 and 6 irons in the bag, Phil Mickelson testing a 17-degree Ping Anser hybrid, Davis Love III, Jonas Blixt, Charles Howell III and Trevor Immelman testing Callaway’s FT OptiForce 440 driver, Tom Gillis, Bryce Molder, Nicholas Thompson, Nick Watney, Bill Haas, Kenny Perry, Kevin Chappell, Scott Brown, Jin Park, Scott Stallings, Ryan Palmer and more!

Wednesday Part 1 Wednesday Part 2 Wednesday Part 3

Thursday: John Daly, James Driscoll, Gary Woodland and Tommy Gainey with a Callaway FT OptiForce driver, Rory Sabbatini, Charlie Beljan, Brian Gay, K.J. Choi, Scott Brown, Russell Henley, Justin Leonard, Mike Weir, Trevor Immelman, Stephen Ames, Jonas Blixt, Bryce Molder, Johnson Wagner with Ping S56 irons, Matt Every, Bud Cauley, William McGrit, Tim Petrovic, Roberto Castro, Vaughn Taylor, Billy Mayfair, Donald Constable, Bobby Gates with an FT OptiForce driver, Jin Park, MAtt Jones, Jason Gore, Charles Howell III, Ken Duke, Louis Oosthuizen, Nike Watney, Webb Simpson, Bill Haas, Chad Campbell, James Hahn, Bubba Watson, Richard Lee, Phil Mickelson, Boo Weekley, Lucas Glover, Kenny Perry, Vijay Singh using a TaylorMade R1 driver in Round 1, Billy Horschel, Scott Stallings, Ted Potter Jr. and more!

Thursday Part 1 Thursday Part 2 Thursday Part 3

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