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Golf Pro Mixes Fun, Fundamentals at Annual Scholarship Benefit


A textbook swing in a storybook setting
A textbook swing in a storybook setting
Among those gathered around the visiting pro as he scopes out the landscape are Marc E. Bridgens, the college's dean of construction and design technologies (left); Wildcat   golf coach Matt Haile (in blue shirt and sunglasses, behind Bohn); and Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement (in yellow hat, at right).
Among those gathered around the visiting pro as he scopes out the landscape are Marc E. Bridgens, the college’s dean of construction and design technologies (left); Wildcat
golf coach Matt Haile (in blue shirt and sunglasses, behind Bohn); and Barry R. Stiger, vice president for institutional advancement (in yellow hat, at right).
With winning ease, Bohn blasts out of the sand.
With winning ease, Bohn blasts out of the sand.
Members of the gallery watch how it's done.
Members of the gallery watch how it’s done.
His aim is true.
His aim is true.

Under gorgeous conditions befitting the first Monday of summer, touring PGA pro Jason Bohn was the featured attraction at the Penn College Foundation Golf Classic. The 28th annual tournament was preceded by a clinic, at which the Lewisburg native offered a crowd-pleasing display. Proceeds from the event, held at the Williamsport Country Club, have provided more than a half-million dollars in scholarship assistance to Penn College students over the years.

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