The Final Round of the Greenbrier Classic began with Anthony Kim as the leader. It finished with a three way playoff that didn't included Kim, but three golfers who got into the playoff three very different ways. In the end it was Kim's playing partner, rookie Scott Stallings who made a birdie on the first playoff hole to earn his first PGA Tour win.
Stallings was tied for the lead at 10 under par when he stepped onto the 17th tee. He pushed his tee shot into the hazard and that led to a bogey leaving him one shot behind. Stallings went to the 18th hole and knocked his tee shot close on the Par 3 and then made birdie to get into a playoff with Bob Estes and Bill Haas.
Haas started his round with a birdie on the first hole and then hung around the lead all afternoon. He made birdie out of the sand on the Par 5 17th hole to get him to 10 under. Estes shot a round of 6 under par 64 early in the day which included a birdie on 18 and he then waited to see if the score would hold up. It did but neither Estes nor Haas could make birdie on the first playoff hole. Stallings hit an almost identical tee shot to the one he hit in regulation on 18. He then made the putt and threw his hands in the air, celebrating his first win in his first season on the PGA Tour.