The 2015 Greenbrier Classic Monday qualifier was again played this year on the Cobb Course at the Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels, W.Va., with four spots up for grabs in the field playing the Old White TPC in the sixth-annual edition of the event.
In the end, Garland Green, Patrick Newcomb, Garrett Osborn and David Bradshaw survived and won their place in the Greenbrier Classic field.
Green won outright with 7-under 64, while Newcomb finished a shot behind. Osborn and Bradshaw shot 5-under 66, along with Mike Van Sickle, who was the odd man out in the three-for-two playoff.
Green, 25, typically plays the mini tours, with the Virginia Tech product's best finish coming in a runner-up effort at the eGolf Tour's Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Open at the end of May.
Newcomb went to Murray State and calls himself a competitive pillow fighter in his Twitter profile. The 25-year-old missed the cut in the McGladrey Classic this season.
The 30-year-old Osborn has made three PGA Tour starts this season, including two missed cuts and a T-9 finish at the Sanderson Farms Championship back in November.
Bradshaw is a familiar name. The 32-year-old -- who shares the exact birthday with Golf News Net founder Ryan Ballengee -- is splitting time between the Web.com Tour and PGA Tour Latinoamerica this year.