Seiffert looks ahead to full season as Primavera contemplates future

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Published: Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 21:13 PM.

Late last week Chase Seiffert said that it was nearing time for him to set his goal for 2014 in professional golf.

In another section of the county, contemporary Zach Primavera was formulating his own decisive agenda.

To determine which direction his life is headed.

The former Mosley High School golfers both turned professional after playing in college. Seiffert, 22, waited until exhausting his NCAA eligibility and thus far remains excited about a future on the PGA Tour.

Primavera, 23, played two years in junior college, but left school after one year at the University of Mississippi. He said that in many ways 2013 was make or break for his professional career.

It didn’t make, he said, and without sufficient financial backing to continue competing is weighing other career options.

Learning as I go



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