The Greenbrier Classic. Lieutenant Hurley Eyes the Win July 05 2014

dragon logo darkThe Greenbrier Classic Lieutenant Billy Hurley 111 eyes the win at The Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC. Hurley in line for first win Billy Hurley 111/ Getty Images Billy had a -3 under par 67 third round to take a two shot lead into the final day at -12 under par, and has a good chance to lift The Greenbrier Classic trophy. His military training helps with the rigors of the Pro golf circuit; "Played nicely today and look forward to doing it again tomorrow. I think that mental toughness and timing are two keys, they’re both very similar and very important in both jobs.” “I slept fine last night. A benefit of the Navy is you learn to sleep anywhere. I think I'll sleep fine tonight, too.” “Sometimes you kind of can look at a guy like that who has won a bunch and two majors, kind of like, ‘Oh, he does that pretty nice.’” It will be a new experience, but I've played with a major winners a couple times before.” “I feel like I have my card locked up for next year, which is kind of a big piece of playing the last couple weeks for me. So at this point, a win is kind of a bonus. I'm going to give it my best and try to win tomorrow, and try to hit shots and just  have fun doing it. I haven't really thought about it too much." “I'm going to try to keep doing what I'm doing, I just want to put my mind in position so that I can play well. I figure if I shoot the lowest score tomorrow, I can't lose. So we're just going to go out there and play nicely. If I play well with a two‑shot lead, I'm going to have to play really, really well.  I just tell myself to be Billy Hurley." The Major winner Billy was referring to is second placed Angel Cabrera, who carded a third round -6 under par 64 to climb into contention at -10 under par.  Angel spoke of his Major wins, but does think that experience will help him here; “I’d like to continue winning majors, but if I win this nice tournament, I'll be very happy. It's been a while, I've been working very hard, so it's just hard work to get me in this position.” “That's probably not going to play into it. All I have to do is keep playing well. I'd like to have the title, and I've just got to keep working.” Kevin Chappell is in third spot at -9 under par, following his third round -1 under par 69.