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By Steve King
Topic - Kevin Streelman
Kevin Streelman described his first experience at Augusta National Golf Club years ago as “inspirational.”
Representing the United States for the first time and making his first trip to Australia, Kevin Streelman wasn't over-awed by a tough Royal Melbourne golf course on Thursday.
Kevin Streelman received what turned out to be some vital local knowledge before his first round in the World Cup at Royal Melbourne.
Kevin Streelman figured a good round Saturday would at least get him in the mix at the Tampa Bay Championship.
Leonard walked toward the 12th green Saturday at Innisbrook and saw a scoreboard that showed he was tied for the lead in the Tampa Bay Championship. He knocked in his 8-foot birdie putt, assumed he was ahead, and then never looked at another board the rest of the day.
Matt Kuchar rose to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings after the first playoff event, and no one was quibbling about that. After a solid year, he beat one of the strongest fields of the year at The Barclays.
He said they were given Monday practice-round tickets to the Masters Tournament, and he saw the course for the first time at age 22.
"You try and be really good to people and he's a good kid who wants to be a professional golfer as well," Streelman added. "It's all about relationships in the end anyway."