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From Tee to Green, Visiting Pro Shares Tour-Tested Wisdom


A fairway following
A fairway following
Morning drive
Morning drive
Out of harm's way
Out of harm’s way
Making it look easy
Making it look easy

Five-time PGA Tour winner D.A. Weibring was the visiting pro at the Penn College Foundation’s 26th annual Golf Classic on Monday. During his visit to the Williamsport Country Club, where morning rainclouds lifted to provide a beautiful summer backdrop, Weibring shared some professional pointers during a wide-ranging clinic. Net proceeds from the tournament 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.

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