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College Foundation’s Annual Golf Classic to Feature D.A. Weibring


Five-time PGA Tour winner D.A. Weibring will be the visiting pro at the Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation’s 26th Annual Golf Classic on Monday, June 25, at the Williamsport Country Club.

Net proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation’s Golf Classic Endowed Scholarship Fund, investment income from which generates more than $40,000 in scholarships each year. Since 1990, 383 scholarships have been awarded from the fund, providing more than $441,000 in financial assistance to Penn College students.

D.A. Weibring
D.A. Weibring

”We’re thrilled to have D.A. highlight what is consistently one of the finest charity golf outings in the region,” said Robb Dietrich, executive director of the Penn College Foundation. “Not only are we one of the only tournaments to feature a PGA Tour professional, but we also provide a full day of activities including a clinic by the visiting pro and dinner prepared by Le Jeune Chef Restaurant to end the day.”

Weibring, of Frisco, Texas, a touring professional since 1975, has PGA Tour winnings totaling $4,770,705. He has been on the Champions Tour since June 2003, tallying five victories including the 2008 Senior Players Championship.

He has had six holes-in-one in PGA-sanctioned events, including two on the Champions Tour.

Weibring earned a business administration degree from Illinois State University, which renamed its golf course in his honor. He is the chairman and founder of Golf Resources Inc., which has been involved in scores of golf course design, renovation, management and consulting projects since 1987.

For more information on participating in or sponsoring the Penn College Foundation Golf Classic, call the foundation office at 570-320-8020 or email .

For more about Penn College , email the Admissions Office  or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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