This article is part of our Weekly Recap series.For a second-tier event, there were no shortage of storylines going into Sunday at the Greenbrier.
• There was 54-hole co-leader Harold Varner III trying to join an exclusive group: golfers of color to win a PGA Tour title.
• There was Sam Saunders, grandson of Arnold Palmer searching for his first Tour title and beginning the day only two strokes off the lead – with Palmer's old putter in his bag.
• There was the tournament within the tournament, as the top-four finishers not already in the British Open would get berths at Carnoustie in two weeks.
•There was the heart-wrenching case of John Peterson, the former LSU star whose pro career was derailed by injuries and who had said if he didn't secure enough points to keep his card in this very event that he would flat-out retire and head into real estate.
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