The Final Round of the Men's City Tournament takes us to Aldeen. Jamie Hogan began the day with a five-stroke lead on Brad Benjamin and needing to par the course to break the tournament record of 13-under.
Hogan lost that chance early and nearly gave up his lead.
On 17, Hogan putting for bogey after hitting his tee shot into the trees. He misses and sets up a dramatic 18th. Benjamin, trailing a stroke.
His approach will leave him with a long putt but Hogan puts his approach right next to the pin. Benjamin's putt is too strong.
Jamie Hogan doesn't break the record but he does win his seventh city championship...
"There will be other years to beat that. Mark taylor, I don't know that he even played Aldeen when he was shooting his rounds, but kudos to him. The real goal is to win another Men's City Tournament and anything above that is just a bonus."