Greenbrier Classic 2012: Webb Simpson, Troy Kelly Still Tied For First Place

PGA Tour rookie Troy Kelly has been playing sensationally at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia, a feat even more impressive considering he's likely on his way to his first career Top 10 finish. Webb Simpson is the No. 5 player in the world, and one of the hottest players on tour. The two are in the final group and have made it through 11 holes dead even, with both at -15. Simpson has played his best on the back nine of The Old White TPC, so it will be interesting to see if Kelly, who's played better on the front, can continue his hot shooting to remain neck and neck.

Daniel Summerhays made a furious charge on Sunday, stroking a six-under 63, and he sits tied with Charlie Beljan in third place, hoping Simpson and Kelly both fall apart so he can leapfrog them for the trophy. Beljan is two strokes back at Hole 12, so he's still very much in contention. Martin Flores, Ted Potter, Jr. and Ken Duke are three strokes back at -12, so they'll need serious help if they want to sniff the trophy.

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