In the first Greenbrier Classic it took a 59 by Stuart Appleby in the final round to win the golf tournament.  In order to make the golf course tougher for the second year of the Greenbrier Classic, they lengthened the course and redid all the greens.  Those changes have worked, but on Saturday Anthony Kim and Jimmy Walker provided that low scores are possible.

Both Kim and Walker shot rounds of 8 under par 62.  Kim is the leader heading into the final round on Sunday at 10 under par.  He is looking forward to the chance to win a golf tournament after having thumb surgery in 2010 that cause him to miss time and then go in a prolonged slump. "I haven't been in this position in a long time. I felt pretty good going into the British Opne on the last day and felt that I would have a good opportunity and played pretty well out there.  I didn't make enough putts but things are different this week.  I am starting to feel it.  I missed a lot of putts the first two days and now I'm feeling the putter." he said.

Walker is tied for 5th at 7 under par for the tournament, his hot round is credited to a tip he got from his day.  "He saw a putt on TV on Thursday where I wasn't setting into my left side like Iw as earlier in the year on the west coast.  So I started doing that a little bit and made a few and it was good."  Walker said.