The 2022 Barbasol Championship Recap

Nicholasville, Kentucky – While much of the golf world is focused overseas at the Scottish Open, the 2022 Barbasol Championship concluded today as Trey Mullinax claimed the title.  The opposite field event certainly had a low strength of field score but that didn’t prevent the field from going low.  The cut line was 5-under par which is one of the lowest in 2022.   The biggest storyline, however is the 2022 winner Trey Mullinax who had quite a journey to the winners circle.

Trey turned professional in 2014 and although had one Korn Ferry Tour win, had never won on the PGA Tour – until today.  On top of that, Trey had to go toe-to-toe with PGA Tour veteran Kevin Streelman who exchanged places with Trey all day at the top of the leaderboard.  It all came down to the 72nd hole when Streelman missed his birdie putt while Trey made his.  Trey’s fist pump as the putt dropped told the story as his win gives him a 2 year exemption as well as the last spot in next weeks 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews.

Next week, the final major of the year descends upon St. Andrews for the 150th Open Championship.

Trey Mullinax WITB:

Driver: Ping G425 LST 9 degree (Project X HZRDUS Smoke Blue RDX 70)

3-wood: Titleist TSR 15 degree

Irons (2 iron): TaylorMade P770; (4-9): Ping S55; (PW): Titleist Vokey SM9

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9 (52, 56 degrees); Titleist Vokey SM9 WedgeWorks (60 degrees)

Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie

Ball: Titleist Pro V1x


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Zack Buechner

Zack has been a contributor at Plugged In Golf since 2018. Zack has worked in healthcare for over 12 years and currently works from home in health care technology. His previous work experience includes stints in the NFL, NCAA D-1 athletics, and PGA Tour Champions. Zack lives in southern Connecticut with his wife Ashley and their 2 children (Beau (5) & Lunden (1)) and their dog. Although he only started playing golf after college, Zack is passionate for the game and the journey to getting better while regularly participating in state and national amateur events all across the northeast.

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