Rain doesn't stop Greenbrier Classic Pro-Am

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,W.Va. (WDBJ) It was a rainy morning at the Greenbrier, delaying the start of activities there.

But they teed off through the drizzle, and officials said the rain was not a worry.

“If you get too much rain over the course of several days, then at some point you get to a point where there’s nowhere for the water to go. And that’s when you have big issues, but we’re not anywhere close to that point," says Stewart Williams, the PGA Tour Meteorologist. "It was pretty dry last week, so it was dry coming into this, so the 8/10ths of an inch of rain we got today, the course handled it pretty well.”

Happily, the afternoon brought sunshine for players and spectators.