PGA EuroPro Tour Golf Beckons for MullinsThere is little rest throughout the spring for golfers aiming to win their place on the PGA EuroPro Tour for the coming season and George Mullins was in action across two weeks at the end of March and beginning of April.
A huge period of the year began with the Qualifying School Stage One at the Players Club Codrington Course on Thursday March 28th.
It's no secret the weather has not kind across the United Kingdom in March and the wind and rain did not let up for the golfers in Bristol. The qualifying tournament was to be played across 36 holes of golf but due to the weather, Mullins only completed 11 holes before the round was called off for the day.
Some players only managed to play one hole and the organisers decided the second round would be cancelled and players would resume from where they left off in the their first round the day before. It's always a tough test for a golfer mentally, to arrive at a tournament with a schedule in mind, only for that to be torn up due to uncontrollable circumstances, such as the weather.
Mullins resumed his round and despite dropping a couple of shots on his way back to the clubhouse, the Englishman registered a score of 3 over par, which left him T36 for the tournament and that was enough to secure a place in the playoff for the Final Qualifying School.
Playoffs are extreme pressure situations but Mullins held his nerve to claim one of three spots and book his place in the Final Qualifying School.
Conditions were tough for Mullins in Bristol and there was a lot more where that came from in the Final Qualifying School tournament at Frilford Heath Golf Club on Wednesday 4th April. Mullins was out early on the first day of the tournament and rain was once again an issue. However, Mullins recorded a good round of 1 under par, making four birdies in the process.
The second round start time was also less than kind for Mullins and having started early in the first round, he was given a late tee off time for the second round. Once again, conditions were against the Englishman and his final score of 4 over par does not reflect the quality of golf played over the two rounds.
Unfortunately, a final score of 3 over left Mullins finish tied for 82nd place, which saw him miss the cut by just one shot. However, the good news is that the level of performance over the two days means Mullins remains confident of playing in the majority, if not all of the EuroPro Tour golf tournaments this season.
This will be a fantastic experience for Mullins and coupled with additional tournaments throughout the year, 2018 promises a great deal for the 21-year-old golfer.
Why pay more?We are passionate about British made, craftsman built, high quality products.
As you deal direct with the manufacturer, there are no middlemen, no shops, no dealers, making our prices exceptionally good value. all at factory direct prices!
Sold to the hire industry, tradesman & end users throughout the UK at realistic prices.
Questions to ask before you buy?
- Do you want to comply with The Health & Safety Executive?
- Do you want a British standard KITEMARKED product
- Looking for a quality scaffold tower system at the right price?
- Want to deal direct with no middleman adding their margins?
- Do you want to get this purchase right?
If you have any questions regarding what size towers you should be purchasing or even what type of scaffolding would be correct for you, please do not hesitate to contact us.We are here to help with all your access needs no matter how low. As of 2010, we now have our own in-house health and safety officer available to answer all your questions on best practices and procedures when dealing with working at height. He will also be available to answer question not just related to scaffold towers but all types of health and safety.
Industrial LEWIS Scaffold Towers, manufactured by us here in the UK, we use quality components
The LEWIS Pro Range uses an actual industrial ladder integrated into the ladder frames. With comfortable D-Rungs with a 40mm Flat Surface on the ladder rungs for more secure footing.
|The LEWIS Pro Stabilisers
Large oversized Aluminium wing nut handle, makes life much easier when erecting and dismantling the tower. Stabiliser can be secured much more to the tower
Our towers are made using a grade of aluminum 6082 T6, which is a structural alloy It has the highest strength of the 6000 series alloys. Our aluminium is made here in the UK and passes rigorous testing and delivered to us complete with the results and certification – to BSEN1004
|Locking frame clips
Industry standard, fully wrapped around the frame even when not in use, no need to take of the frame clip when dismantling tower which eliminates clip losses, very important when on site as no clips means no WORK
|LEWIS Pro Brace Hooks
Patented colour coded braces, Welded on to tube for maximum strength and increased life span. Sprung trigger which grips on to frames securely for Maximum Rigidity
BRITISH STANDARD KITEMARK BSEN1004.
Full repairable warranty, simply tell us whats wrong and we will rectify or replace .