The Old White is one of 5 courses at the world famous Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.V. It was designed by C.B. Macdonald and opened in 1914. Since 2010 its been the home of The Greenbrier Classic PGA Tour event. In 2011 it was designated a TPC course.
It features wide fairways and undulating greens. Several of the holes were patterned after famous European holes, including the 15th at North Berwick and the 14th at St. Andrews. Water can come into play on eight holes.
In the inaugural 2010 classic, Stuart Appleby shot a course record 59 on the way to his victory. In 1995, longtime pro, Sam Snead made his last ever hole-in-one on the par 3 18th.