December 12, 2021
2021 Weekend Net Tour Tour Championship
Greg Groshong won the Tour Championship title, while Josh Eagle brought home yet another Weekend Net Tour Player of the Year crown.
Groshong (above), an e-Club Sacramento member, shot back-to-back rounds of 74 at Del Monte Golf Course and The Links at Spanish Bay, respectively, to come in at 4-over 148 for a four-shot win over co-runners-up Iain Barclay and Eagle. Barclay had rounds of 78-74, while Eagle shot 75-77. Over his 36 holes, Groshong penciled in nine birdies.
The win was extra sweet for Groshong. The 53-year-old twice was runner-up at e-Club championships.
"It feels great to get a win," said Groshong, who overcame a weird moment at Del Monte when his ball got stuck in a tree. "I knew I was playing well. I knew that if I just stayed out of trouble, I'd be in good shape."
For Eagle, a 29-year-old resident of Antioch, the Player of the Year crown was his second in three years. The e-Club East Bay member, who plays to a 5.4 handicap index, also won in 2019.
"I love the Weekend Net Tour," Eagle said. "I love competing. Plus, there's all of the other players I've met on the tour. It's a lot of fun."
Weekend Net Tour Tour Championship wrapping up at The Links at Spanish Bay pic.twitter.com/baGV8DxpJE— NCGA (@ncga1901) December 12, 2021