Kevin Streelman won the 2014 Travelers Championship on Sunday. Here is his apparel and footwear he wore at TPC River Highlands.
Kevin Streelman birdied his final seven holes -- a PGA Tour record -- en route to winning the Travelers Championship and moving into the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. Tiger Woods, who returns this week, dropped to fifth.
While Sergio Garcia, K.J. Choi and Aaron Baddeley juggled the lead Sunday, Kevin Streelman ran off seven straight birdies to close out a 64 and watch his 15-under total stand up to win the 2014 Travelers Championship.
Here are the tee times and pairings for the first and second rounds of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course in Palm Harbor, Fla.
No. 7 Sam Snead bracket seed Victor Dubuisson takes on Kevin Streelman at 11:15 a.m. EST in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play, with Dubuisson having as many PGA Tour starts this season as Streelman has Tour wins in the last calendar year.
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As late as Tuesday, Kevin Streelman hadn't even made up his mind about playing in the Hyundai TOC. On Friday, he fought through conflicting emotions regarding his family in Arizona to fire a 6-under 67.
Charley Hoffman took the lead outright Saturday at the RBC Heritage while Webb Simpson charged into second – and Jesper Parnevik started the day by expanding the field.
Kevin Streelman earned his first PGA Tour victory Sunday at the Tampa Bay Championship, shooting a final-round 67 to finish two shots ahead of Boo Weekley. The win came in Streelman’s 153rd career PGA Tour start.
On Day 6 of our annual number-crunching series, where we break down who has risen and fallen in our Golfweek/Sagarin rankings, Kevin Streelman moved up with his non-nonsense approach, while Heath Slocum fell back.
Kevin Streelman, 102nd at the start of the FedEx Cup playoffs, masters his fate with a Tour Championship spot and plenty of perks. Jim McCabe explains.
Amazing how quickly one’s fortunes can change in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Consider Kevin Streelman, for instance.
Sometimes all it takes is one shot to change a golfer’s fortunes. Kevin Streelman was stuck in neutral at even–par on for the tournament on his 9th hole of the day when he chipped in for birdie from 31 feet off the green at the par-4, 18th hole.
Chad Collins birdied the par-5 fifth hole for a share of the Puerto Rico Open lead with Kevin Streelman just before third-round play was suspended because of darkness Saturday in the rain-delayed PGA Tour event.
Kevin Streelman added another interesting accomplishment to his PGA Tour resume on Friday. This one is probably his favorite, since it was worth $1 million.
When he faced a downhill lie in a little bit of rough at the Deutsche Bank Championship several weeks ago, Kevin Streelman choked down on the hybrid and delivered a splendid shot.
So, the FedEx Cup’s late season dash for cash is over. The millions have been divided, the pressure released, the emotions calmed. It’s over, right?