Purdue (67-39-3) hosted the Boilermaker Invitational at Kampen Course on Saturday. The first two rounds of the tournament were played, where the Boilermakers each played 36 holes. The final round of the invitational, which was scheduled for Sunday, was canceled due to course conditions.
Kent State and Northwestern tied for first for three strokes over par while Purdue came in fourth at five strokes over par. The Boilermakers next play in Baltimore, Maryland, at the Big Ten Championship on April 27.
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Junior Jarle Volden sits and lines up his putt while waiting for another player. Volden was one stroke over par 145 at the end of two rounds.
Jarle Volden putts the ball at hole 11 at Kampen Course on Saturday morning. After two rounds, Volden was tied for 12th place with one stroke over par.
Freshman Jason Hong cleans his club on hole 12 of Kampen Course on Saturday morning. Hong finished the first two rounds six strokes over par.
Freshman Joe Weiler chips at the ball at hole 13. Weiler finished the two rounds on Kampen Course seven strokes over par and placed 55th overall on Saturday.
Joe Weiler drives the ball at hole 14 on Kampen Course. On that particular hole, Weiler went three strokes over par after driving the ball into the rough on Saturday morning.