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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Mullinax advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs during his second season on tour in 2018 when he accrued more than $1.1M in official earnings thanks to a runner-up effort at the Valero Texas Open, but he failed to record a single top-10 in 2019 before spending the past season on the Korn Ferry Tour. However, a runner-up performance at the KFT Championship launched Mullinax into the No. 2 spot of the Finals 25. He ranked fifth on the KFT in driving distance, but fell outside the top 100 in both GIR and FIR percentage.
Mullinax fell short of securing his PGA Tour card during his rookie season of 2016-2017, but he took advantage of his partial-exempt status and nearly cracked the top-100 on the FedEx points list last season. Mullinax earned over $400k more in his second season than he did in his first season and that can be traced to a runner-up finish at the Valero Texas Open. In addition to posting his first runner-up on the PGA Tour, Mullinax also scored two more top-10s than his previous season and he upped his made-cuts percentage. In other words, everything is trending in the right direction entering this season. As such, Harkins makes for an interesting salary cap selection this season.
The 25-year-old Mullinax enjoyed a top-10 finish at the U.S. Open at Erins Hills, but did little outside of that as he struggled just to make cuts in his rookie season. Among the longest hitters on the PGA Tour with a close to 310-yard average, Mullinax will need to vastly improve his iron and wedge game to have a realistic shot at getting fully exempt on the PGA Tour. While there's still time to develop into a steady PGA Tour commodity, expect a similar outcome as last season for Mullinax. He's not worth the risk in salary cap leagues and will likely go around the 12th round in draft leagues.
This name will be familiar for anyone who follows college golf, as Mullinax played at Alabama and was a teammate of guys like Justin Thomas, who won NCAA titles in 2013 and 2014. Now his individual game is getting the spotlight after a 2016 Web.com Tour campaign in which he won the Rex Hospital Open and had six other top-25 finishes, enough to clinch a spot on the PGA Tour. This combination is pretty sweet too: 318.2 yards off the tee, 47th in greens hit, third in putting average.
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Mullinax shot a three-under 67 in the final round of the Cadence Bank Houston Open to finish in a share of fourth place.
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