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Sanford-born and Lillington-raised pro golfer Chip Lynn has qualified for at least eight starts on the 2018 Tour after a strong showing over the weekend in Q-school at the Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Arizona.

Lynn, 29, finished in the top 20 after a four-day total of 17-under-par 271.

The Tour is a developmental tour a level beneath the prestigious PGA Tour. If Lynn manages a top 25 finish in 2018 season money, he could reach the highest level of professional golf.

Lynn’s PGA Tour website profile lists him as a Fayetteville State University grad who went pro in 2009 and has earned just north of $37,000 for his career, winning the 2013 Southern Open.

For more information about Lynn, read the QED Style website’s brief profile. Congrats to Chip and best of luck.

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