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Scholarship Scorecard Reflects Another Tourney Win

David Toms, framed by the gallery at his well-attended tutorial
David Toms, framed by the gallery at his well-attended tutorial
Serendipitous sunshine kisses the day's proceedings.
Serendipitous sunshine kisses the day’s proceedings.
The visiting pro takes his audience from tee ...
The visiting pro takes his audience from tee …
... to green.
… to green.
Showing his stuff within Penn's Woods, lush from recent soaking rains
Showing his stuff within Penn’s Woods, lush from recent soaking rains

David Toms, whose philanthropy runs a close second to his success on the PGA Tour, was the featured pro at Monday’s 29th annual Pennsylvania College of Technology Foundation Golf Classic at the Williamsport Country Club. Proceeds from the event, which included a morning clinic, are expected to add more than $45,000 to the Penn College Foundation Golf Classic Scholarship when all told. Prize-winners during the tournament were Ed Alberts, Tom Rudy, Matt Haile and Dan Klingerman, closest to the pin on each of four holes; Young Park, individual low net (62); Frank Covelusky, individual low gross (72, including 24 on the last six holes); Peggy Roskowski, Mike and Connie McNamara, and Park, second place in the team event (55, including 18 on the last six holes); and Phil Johnson, Covelusky, Klingerman and Richard Born (55, including 17 on the last six holes).