The label “natural talent” gets thrown around too often. But Wes McNulty might be a golfer who deserves it, both on and off the course.
The 50-year-old from White Hall, Arkansas, is the owner of a distinguished amateur career, a winner of six state amateur titles and seven state match-play championships in four decades. Having rewritten a good chunk of the Arkansas amateur record book, he’s long been a member of the state’s golf Hall of Fame and continues to dominate his younger competition on most opportunities. Last month at the state match-play championship, he beat five consecutive college-age players on his way to a seventh title. He is on top of the Arkansas player-of-the-year standings, three points ahead of his 19-year-old son, Josh, who plays for Division II Henderson State University.
Wes McNulty didn’t become a PGA Tour winner like other Arkansans he competed against and sometimes beat as a younger man – John Daly, Glen Day and Ken Duke, to name a few – but his golf accomplishments are well respected in The Natural St...
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