First Weekend of the Evansville City Golf Tournament Wraps Up

A total of 150 golfers are competing in this local tournament where they’re looking to be crowned the best golfer in the River City.

Posted: Aug 8, 2021 8:36 PM

A total of 150 golfers are competing in this local tournament where they’re looking to be crowned the best golfer in the River City.

Sunday was day two of the four day tournament, and we started to see some guys separating themselves from the rest of the pack.

Drew Shockley came into the day tied for the lowest score at six under. A par at hole one and a chance for a birdie putt at hole two. Shockley making that 30 foot putt look easy and he sat at seven under through the first two holes of the day.

Now, to the former Evansville Ace, Spencer Wagner, he’s on hole 18 looking to end his day four under with a birdie putt, and the crowd gaspwed as his putt lippewd just out, but The 2017 Evansville City Tournament runner-up able to make the gimme putt after and closes out with a par to end the day three under for a two-day score of eight under.

And now to the incoming freshman at USI, Nathan Hoss. Hoss with a nice approach shot on 18 leaving him within 15-feet of the hole for the birdie putt, but Hoss following the same path as Wagner and coming up just short and ending 18 with a par and a total of one under on the day.

At the end of the day, reigning champ David Mills sits atop the leaderboard at 10 under, with Spencer Wagner just two shots behind at eight under, and Colton Keown and Nathan Hoss tied for third at 6 under

And after a bit of a rough day, Drew Shockley drops to tied for seventh at three under, but he certainly remains in the competition

The tournament will continue onto the third round next weekend at rolling hills country club where the lowest 40 scorers will continue on.

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