These are the pictures we have been sent of Jimmy that were taken by Mark Robinson during The Open (thanks Mark)
Sunday 21st July - Final Day The Open Championship
Jimmy shoots another 75 today to a total of 299 and a finish of T75th. Jimmy has beaten some of the greatest names in golf this week and accredited himself brilliantly. He has been a great advert for Royal North Devon Golf Club too. Jimmy will win The Bronze medal as runner up Amateur having been beaten to second by Matt Fitzpatrick who played really well today to hang onto the Silver Medal - Well done Matt.
Saturday 20th July - 3rd Day The Open Championship
Moving Day - Come on Jimmy !!
Great shot to birdie the 15th from a bunker - a little relieved it hit the pin ?!
+4 today so total of +11, hopefully some pictures posted here later today, good effort Jim!
Friday 19th July - 2nd Day The Open Championship
Latest - Jimmy makes the cut with a gutsy birdie on the 18th, he nearly made Eagle having hit the pin. What an incredible experience and roller coaster of a day for all his supporters. Pics here as soon as they are received !!
His card so far :
Stats versus the Field so far:
Thursday 18th July - 1st Day The Open Championship
Pictures from the first Day - Jimmy shoots 71 level Par
On the first Tee this morning at Muirfield.
Practice Day Wednesday 17th
|Jimmy & KJ Choi - KJ outdrove him on this hole but Jimmy had him on the next !||Playing with KJ Choi - The walk up to the 18th...|
Some pictures of Jimmy and plenty of his supporters!
Practice Day Tuesday 16th July
The Draw for The Open as reported in the local North Devon press...
Royal North Devon’s Jimmy Mullen has been drawn alongside America’s Josh Teater and Englishman Steve Tiley for the first and second rounds of this week’s Open Championship.
The 19 year-old tees off at 10.50am in the first round on Thursday and continues at 3.51pm on Friday.
Mullen is one of seven amateurs in the major championship field after winning a qualifying event with a birdie on the final hole in North Berwick, Scotland earlier this month, heading a field which included eight-time European Order of Merit winner and Ryder Cup legend Colin Montgomerie.
Teater is also playing in his first Open Championship after making his major bow at the US Open this year, where he was tied 56th, while Tiley returns for his fourth Open as a professional and fifth overall. His best major finish since turning pro in 2007 came in the 2010 Open at St. Andrews, where he finished in a tie for 68th.
Mullen is currently preparing for the tournament with practice rounds at the Championship course at Muirfield.
North Devon Gazette - 15th July 2013