George Mullins Continues to ProgressBeing a young sportsman, attempting to build a career is not easy in modern times. The pressure being placed on athletes is immense yet George Mullins has taken everything in his stride, as he continues to develop as a professional golfer.
Professional golf is perhaps one of the most cutthroat sporting professions in the world. Miss the cut and you can lose two days play. Add the variable weather conditions to the mix and things become even more difficult but George Mullins has not only shown great ability but also great tenacity in his golf this year.
Players on the TP Tour at Walton Heath witnessed some dreadful weather in the first round, with windy and freezing cold conditions making play difficult. However, Mullins stuck to his task well and finished one under par for the round, which was a great effort given the playing environment.
This score allowed Mullins to take full advantage of the better weather on day two of the tournament and the young Englishman came out and played a delightful round of golf. Finishing six under par for the day and seven under for the tournament, Mullins won the event by three shots and it was brilliant to get a win under his belt so early in the year.
Mullins played very well and this result set a good vibe for the remainder of the year.
Continuing in May on the Jamega Pro Golf Tour, Mullins played three tournaments at Royal Ascot, Magnolia Park and Luton Hoo. It was always going to be difficult to stage a repeat of the victory at Walton Heath but the T5, one under par at Magnolia Park was a standout performance in a tough field.
Moving into June and Mullins' scores remained competitive registering three, under par scores on the Jamega Pro Tour at Wychwood and Essendon and the TP Tour at Robin Hood. Open Championship qualifying did not produce the outcome Mullins was hoping for, finishing on four over par but the experience will stand him in good stead for next year and the possibility of playing at Carnoustie Golf Links.
July has proven to be a tremendous month for Mullins, who showed great strength of character to come back from a challenging period in June.
Having finished T2 on the Jamega Pro Tour at Leartherhead with a score of six under par, Mullins moved on to the Players Club tournament.
The first day conditions were pleasant and good for scoring. Mullins took advantage of this and moved to six under par through 11 holes but a few dropped shots on the closing holes left the 19-year-old on three under for the round. Conditions changed dramatically for the second day, with unrelenting rain and wind causing the players plenty of problems.
However, Mullins showed once more what a great player he is by adapting to the conditions and recording a score of three under, to leave him six under for the tournament and tied for third place.
Thanks to some very good, consistent performances from Mullins, he won the Jamega Pro Tour Order of Merit Number 2, meaning he will to back in the Algarve next year to play throughout the winter. This will allow Mullins to keep competing and also give him the opportunity to work with his coach, which is important for development.
The course conditions are different in Portugal to the United Kingdom and this presents its own challenges. The fairways and greens are drier and tougher, which changes the mindset of the golfer and the way the ball behaves. Playing in the Algarve also gives Mullins the opportunity to live independently, which is something he enjoys.
With the high level of competition, Mullins has the chance to advance his game and keep the competitive mindset which has served him well throughout May, June and July this year.
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