Webb Simpson has led the Greenbrier after the last two days, but Sunday's Championship round he became unraveled. Which opened up the door for some names you may not have heard about before.
Troy Kelly regained control of the lead earlier on Sunday after losing it on Saturday. Kelly birdied five holes on the day with only one bogey.
But Ted Potter, Jr. had a phenomenal round, shooting a 64 along with a birdy on 15, an eagle on 16 and another birdy on 17. Potter, Jr. was able to catch up to Kelly and force a playoff beginning on the 18th hole.
Both players shot a par score on 18, including 17 as well. Kelly sunk an incredible putt on 17 as Potter, Jr. missed the three foot putt to win it.
So both players moved on to the 18th hole once again. Kelly's tee shot wound up in front of the hill on the green and Potter, Jr. landed an unbelievable tee shot just a few feet from the cup.
Ted Potter, Jr. comes away with the playoff win and a Greenbrier Tournament victory. After the showdown Potter, Jr. couldn't believe his play down the stretch.
"I'm just so excited to win my rookie year out here at the Greenbrier," Potter, Jr. said immediately after the big win. "It's just a dream come true this week. I knew I had a good chance because I've been hitting the same shot every time on this hole and it's a good pin for me. I like a right pin on the green. So it still had a lot of hook going into it. It hasn't quite sunk in yet. I'm more nervous right now than I was on the golf course. Hard work has paid off. It's a dream come true for me and I'm so happy to be here right now."