On the PGA Tour, Ted Potter Jr. won the Greenbrier Classic in a three hole playoff over fellow FJ staffer Troy Kelly (DryJoys Tour).  Potter, three off the lead with two holes to play, eagled the 600 plus yard par five seventeenth to get within one of the leader.  The PGA Tour rookie, in FJ Icon, added another birdie on the par three finishing hole to take the clubhouse lead at 16 under par.  Opting to watch the action unfold instead of staying loose on the range, Potter watched Kelly par his final two holes to tie him in the clubhouse. 

With the playoff set, they headed to the par three 18th where both players exchanged pars.  Moving to the seventeenth, Potter narrowly missed a short birdie putt that would of sealed the deal on Kelly's chances, but Potter calmly tapped in his par and they headed to the par three last for the third time today.  This time Potter stuck one into a few feet and made the birdie putt for the win.  This is Ted Potter Jr's first PGA Tour win.  

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Now, moving to Paris for the European Tour's Alstom Open De France, where Marcel Siem put together a final round five under par 67 to outlast the field by one.  Siem, in FJ Icon MyJoys and StaSof, started his day with a drive into a hazard but the German showed some grit, fighting back to save his par despite the errant opening shot.  Marcel added five birdies and a single bogey to close out the field and win the Championship.

This is Siem's first victory since the 2004 Dunhill Championship, stating post round, "It means so much to me to win after that long stretch. It's all about winning in the end and it puts so much pressure every time you don't win and people start talking, you will never win again and stuff like that, so it's very important for me."

On the LPGA Tour, Na Yeon Choi battled the long and tough Blackwolf Run U.S. Women's Open venue to win by four shots over fellow FJ player Amy Yang.  Choi, in Women's DryJoys, was around the top of the leaderboard all week but a third round 65, the fifth lowest round in U.S. Women's Open history, catapulted her to the top field by six strokes.  Shooting even par on the front nine, Choi tripled the tenth hole to give the other players an outside chance of catching her.  She bounced back with birdies at 11, 15, and 16 to promptly slam the door on her competition and win the championship.

This is Choi's first major triumph and the win will moves her to second on the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings.