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Champion Conducts Clinic as Returning Pro for Scholarship Tourney


Under skies that hadn't yet rumbled with thunder, Joey Sindelar offers pointers.
Under skies that hadn’t yet rumbled with thunder, Joey Sindelar offers pointers.
A pyramid of balls, soon to be employed in a show of putting prowess
A pyramid of balls, soon to be employed in a show of putting prowess
Lining it up, straight and true
Lining it up, straight and true
A smooth exit from the bunker
A smooth exit from the bunker
Interest runs higher than the humidity when a pro comes to town.
Interest runs higher than the humidity when a pro comes to town.

Seven-time PGA Tour victor Joey Sindelar returned to the Williamsport Area Country Club as visiting pro for Monday’s 27th annual Penn College Foundation Golf Classic, showing off his winning form during a morning clinic on the 18th hole. Players and sponsor guests watched as the Horseheads, N.Y., pro – who was also on hand for the 2009 tournament – demonstrated his “short game” prior to a luncheon and the noon start of play. Proceeds benefit the foundation’s Golf Classic Endowed Scholarship Fund, from which $46,000 in scholarships will be awarded this year. Since 1990, financial assistance to Penn College students from that fund has topped $486,000.

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