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Obremski places 27th in PGA Tour LatinoAmerica event

Paul Schofield
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Dan Obremski of Irwin watches his tee shot on Hole 18 during the U.S. Open local qualifier Thursday, May 12, 2016, at Butler Country Club.

Penn-Trafford graduate and Irwin native Dan Obremski put together four under-par rounds to finish tied for 27th in his second PGA Tour LatinoAmerica event.

Obremski, who began the final round tied for 35th, finished the four-day event with a 6-under-par 278 at the Abierto de Chile 2019 presentado por Volvo at Santiago, Chile.

His first event was March 30 at the Buenaventura Classic in Rio Hato, Panama.

He shot a 3-under 69 during the final round of Buenaventura Classic in Rio Hato, Panama, and finished the four-round event with a 2-under 286, which tied him for 16th.

Obremski said he is looking forward to seeing a different part of the world and competing with some outstanding talent.

Paul Schofield is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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