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Penn-Trafford grad Dan Obremski advances to Greenbrier Classic qualifier

Paul Schofield

The PGA LatinoAmerica Tour will resume later this month, so Irwin native and Penn-Trafford grad Dan Obremski has practiced and participated in events around the country.

The PGA Tour Greenbrier Classic in this week in West Virginia, and Obremski will be playing in the Monday qualifier at the Glade Spring Golf Course near Daniel, W.Va.

Obremski was one of 30 golfers to qualify for the Monday qualifier. He shot a 3-under-par 68 at the Glade Springs Course.

He joins Hermitage’s Matt Gurska, who shot 4-under 67, and Butler’s Rob McClellan, who was exempt, in Monday’s event.

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Obremski played in the 2018 Greenbrier Classic and was paired with Phil Mickelson.

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

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