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CHESTERTON, Ind. – Alabama golfer Trey Mullinax captured a prestigious tournament title on Friday at the Northern Amateur Championship at the Sand Creek Country Club.
Mullinax entered the final round tied for 25th before shooting a 63, which set the course record on the Marsh Creek layout and also clinched the victory. The win was setup with seven birdies on the front nine, including four in a row to open his round.
He chipped in for birdie on the eighth hole before carding three more birdies on the back nine. The lone blemish on his round was a bogey on the 14th hole.
Mullinax, a native of Birmingham, Ala., begins his junior season at the Capstone this fall. He boasts a career scoring average of 74.67 in 11 career starts. He has three career rounds in the 60s for the Crimson Tide and one top-10 finish.
Christopher Walsh covers Alabama football for BamaOnline, 247Sports, and is the author of 18 books.
I know golf isn't talked about a whole lot on here, but in talking with Trey's family this could be HUGE for his career. He went through some growing pains last year and his confidence was noticeably down, but a win of this caliber has already lit a fire under him. Look for a great season out of him & the entire team!
There is still no sign of Duron Carter.
Thanks Chris, hopefully this confidence boost will help stave off a high pressure mental breakdown like the team struggled with in the final round last year.
2013 NCAA GOLF CHAMPS ALABAMA
Son of one of my classmates...whole family can drive the ball. His dad is a great golfer as well as his g’dad. We’re cheering him on to the amateur championship. Hope to see him in the majors one day.
I know this guy. Been to his apartment a couple of times because he went to school with some former roommates of mine. Good to see him doing well for himself. Hopefully one day I can point him out on a PGA tour and say "I played poker with that dude in college!"
Huh? We lost on the final hole to a great Texas team. There were no mental breakdowns.
You can always spot the people that either don't play golf, or suck at golf, immediately.
So you're saying he meant to whiff on a ball after knocking it past the green as some sort of strategy? Not knocking the kids, Lord knows I can't even sniff the fairway most times but that smacked of nerves to me.
You obviously suck at golf and/or know nothing about the game. Ever played Riviera? Ever played in kikuya rough? He was forced to hit a high risk shot b/c the Texas kid was 20 feet from the hole. It had NOTHING to do with a mental breakdown. The ball just sat up a little and the club slid right under it....if anything it was bad luck.
Well thank you for that candid assesment of my game. RT brother
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