Mark McNulty

Mark McNulty (b. 25 October 1953) is golfer who was one of the leading players on the PGA European Tour from the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s.

After a successful amateur career McNulty began his professional career on the Southern African Tour, now the Sunshine Tour and he also played on the European Tour from 1978. His first professional win was the 1979 Holiday Inns Royal Swazi Sun Open in South Africa. By 1986 he was the dominant player on the Southern African Tour, picking up seven official wins in that year and also winning South Africa's most lucrative event, the unofficial Million Dollar Challenge. In the same year he finished in the top ten on the European Tour's order of merit for the first time, placing sixth. He had six top ten European order of merit finishes in total, including second places in 1987 and 1990. The last of these was in 1996, when he came fifth. His win tally on the European Tour was sixteen, the most prestigious of which was the 1996 Volvo Masters, which is the European equivalent of the PGA Tour's Tour Championship.

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