WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Like father, like son.
Brent Hofman has won the Men's City Golf Championships a record six times. His son, Nic, is looking for his first.
He's on track to making it a reality.
Hofman shot three-under 141 over the two rounds to win stroke play on Sunday at Purdue's Ackerman-Allen Course. The rising Harrison senior and Purdue commitment secured the second seed for match play which starts on Saturday.
Defending Men's City match play champion Ben Mattingly, who earned this year's top seed, finished tied for second with Cameron Westjohn.
Mattingly carded a 69 on Sunday to finish at one-over 145. Westjohn posted a 69 on Saturday and shot a 76 on Sunday.
Brent Hofman came in a six-way tie for fourth overall. Hofman will continue his quest to win a seventh title as the eighth seed for match play.
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