Primavera Still Celebrating Advancing to Second Stage Qualifier

Panama City Beach, FL---Mosley alum Zach Primavera's taking a little time to relax after punching his ticket last week for that Second
Stage Qualifier at Southern Hills.

Zach on the very cut line to advance thanks to a 15 foot long par saver on 18. So he's looking ahead to the next stage, though he's allowing himself to kick back a bit you might say, at least for now.

"This week's kind of a breather week for me." Zach told us Wednesday. "I was so mentally worn out. I played in a four man scramble the day I got back and it didn't even feel like I was on the golf course, because of what I dealt with last week. But I'm gonna take it easy the next couple of days, just light practice sessions and then get deeper into it. My regular five, six hours a day I play golf and keep going to the gym. That's what I'll do until November 19th."

Next week we'll go more in depth with Zach regarding his goal of playing on the Web.com and eventually, the PGA Tour. He's one of two Mosley alumni making it to that Second Stage Qualifier. Chase Seiffert made it through his First Stage Q-School Friday in Pensacola.


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