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Behind the lens: Greenbrier Classic

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS -

When you walk the grounds of the Old White, you see all of the fans wearing their tickets around
their neck, with pictures of Phil Mickelson and Tom Watson.

But you probably don't know who's behind the lens taking all of the iconic shots of The
Greenbrier Classic, year-after-year.

Mike Wyatt owns Greenbrier Photography, which is located inside of the resort.

Wyatt also responsible for capturing all of the images you see on the tickets, the Greenbrier Classic's website and even commercials.

He's worked at America's Resort since 1992.

"When Stuart Appleby won with his 59; you can see the focus in his eyes," said Wyatt. "And
the emotions when Scott Stallings won and he threw the putter in the air. A lot of those moments
are the ones that stand out to me."

Wyatt works all week long and shoots all of the big named golfers throughout the tournament.