A recent third-place finisher at En-Joie Golf Course was among those passing successfully through Monday’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Open Qualifier.
Neal Lancaster shot 4-under-par 68 at The Links at Hiawatha Landing as one of four who added their names to the field for the $2,050,000 Champions Tour event to begin Friday at En-Joie.
It was two years ago that Lancaster, from Smithfield, North Carolina, cashed a third-place Dick’s Open check of $144,000, with Barton resident Josh Robinson as his caddie.
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Pro-golfer Gibby Gilbert III will make history at Dick's Sporting Goods Open this week. The 52 year old will be playing next to his 77 year old father, making them the first father and son to ever do so, on the PGA Tour Champions.https://t.co/NbY8trgzBD
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