So Barrow's crew is using CBS's flagship NFL No. 1 control truck - the one that will be used in the fall for the premier game each Sunday.
"This is the largest, most expensive truck on the road today," Barrow said.
And once the production team kicked off live coverage on the Golf Channel at 2:30 p.m Thursday, activity in the truck moved to a near-frenzy.
"You're always thinking," Barrow said. "You're doing live television - you've got split seconds to decide what to do. You can't stop and decide, 'Oh, let's go back and do that again.' It's live television; there's no edit button."
He knows he'll have millions of critics out there making sure they do it right.
"We will broadcast this tournament to 206 countries around the world starting on Thursday and ending on Sunday until we have a champion," Barrow said.
But Barrow said the tournament at The Greenbrier would be a bit easier because there are so many angles that can be used to fill out the coverage.
"Not every place we go to has the history and tradition of The Greenbrier in and of itself," he said. "So you start doing a lot of research into everything you're going to put into the telecast, and by the time you get here, you're pretty much ready to go.
"We're focused right now on showcasing not just golf and the tour, but the resort, the charities and what the impact this great event has on not just The Greenbrier, but the towns and surrounding area in West Virginia and Virginia."
There's one thing he refuses to discuss: the weather.
"I don't ever talk about weather because I don't want to jinx us," he said.
Right now there's only a 30 percent chance of rain on Sunday, and Barrow doesn't want to tempt fate on that going up.
Should the weather hold, Barrow said his CBS crews - which are sprawled over a lot just south of the main entrance - won't be on the grounds come Monday.
"Our crew is so quick in putting things up and taking it down," he said.
"Everyone we have here will be out of here Sunday night, probably around 9 o'clock."
Contact writer Jared Hunt at jared.h...@dailymail.com or 304-348-5148.