The Greenbrier Classic. Angel Cabrera Wins. July 07 2014

dragon logo darkThe Greenbrier Classic Angel Cabrera shows his class and wins The Greenbrier Classic, at The Old White TPC. Angel Cabrera / Getty Images Angel showed his class with a seven iron approach, from 176 yards, which dropped into the hole for an eagle two at the 13th hole. This helped him to a final round of -6 under par 64, good enough to for him to lift The Greenbrier Classic trophy, his first PGA TOUR win since 2009, with a -16 under par tournament total, a two shot victory. A very happy Angel put his success down to a performing driver, and said he is going over to England to play in The Open; "This was a great opportunity, I wanted it. I needed to win a tournament. I felt under control today out there, and I didn't want to let it get away from me." "The big thing was the drive today, it was good all week long. It made the course play a little shorter for myself, but it was definitely my driver." "I've been confident with my golf swing, and I feel confident mentally. I'm just going to go over there and play, and it's a very important tournament and it's a different tournament, but I'm going to go play." "The truth of the matter is I just had a great week, and I've just been working very hard to get to this moment, and I'm very, very happy." “After the 2009 Masters victory, I haven't been too consistent, but I've been working very hard of late to get back to where I think I should be." George McNeill was in second place at -14 under par, a hole in one at the par three 8th was the highlight of his day. He was thinking of his sister Michelle, who was at home, gravely ill. George responded with a final round -9 under par 61, which nearly won him the tournament. His voice wavered at the interview; " You go out and, you know, golf doesn't really mean a whole lot, so it's hard. When I was out there, I had no idea what was going on, but when I talked to my family this morning, they said it’s going to happen soon. They said it might be the next couple of minutes, it might be the next couple of hours, but it’s going to happen soon. I was out there with that all day." Actually it transpires that Michelle passed away just before George teed off this morning, she would have been proud of his effort. Webb Simpson finished in third position, at -10 under par, courtesy of his -7 under par final round of 63. Bud Cauley was the fans favorite at the 18th. He holed in one, which gave everyone in the stands a $100 cash bonus, courtesy of the sponsor, he said he was glad to help; “I actually just found that out, I’m happy to help everybody out, including myself.”