Team Brookside GC Claims the Crystal
The ultimate ham and eggs championship, the SCGA Four-Ball Net is always circled on partners' calendars. This year was no different, with a full-on battle unfolding at the historic Golf Club of California. Patrick Carrigan Jr. and Brian Cropp came out firing in Monday's first round with a whopping 10-under 62 to tie for the overnight lead with Team Armendariz/Rourk and Engebretsen/Moharram.
Many teams did not trail too far behind the leaders, leading to a dramatic amount of shifts in the leaderboard throughout the final round. Carrigan Jr. and Cropp had each other's back when they needed it the most on the back-nine. A net-birdie from Cropp on 17 and another one on 18 from Carrigan Jr. sealed the deal, giving Team Brookside GC a two-shot victory for the 2020 SCGA Four-Ball Net title.
Rounding out the leaderboard and coming in solo second was Carl Chang and Eugene Kim of Tijeras Creek GC at 15-under. Kaufman/Moskowitz and Carr/Van Heel finished at 13-under.