McCook alumnus and current Southeast Community College golfer Noah Hofman is pictured teeing off in a tournament at Heritage Hills Golf Course last fall. Hofman won the Virginia McCoy Intercollegiate Tournament in Parkville, Mo., earlier this week. He hit a hole-in-one on the 17th hole to highlight his two-day score.
PARKVILLE, Mo. — Southeast Community College’s Noah Hofman had the highlight of Monday and Tuesday’s Virginia McCoy Intercollegiate Tournament in Parkville, Mo, as he dropped a hole-in-one.
Hofman, a McCook Senior High alumnus, hit his memorable shot on the par-3 17th hole. That got him back to even par on Day 2 and was only part of his strong two-day performance that led him to a first-place score of 138 (68-70).
Hofman beat out Park University’s Ryan Tattan for first place. Tattan carded a 143.
As a team, SCC finished fourth with a 626 team score.
Park University won the tournament with a 607 score, while Columbia College and Hannibal-LaGrange were second and third, respectively, with scores of 614 and 616.
Look for more updates on Hofman throughout the golf season.