Robert Streb screams for ice cream coming into ultimate spherical in Sea Island
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – Robert Streb doesn’t take into account himself a superstitious particular person, however he’s a creature of behavior.
Following a grinding 67, which moved him three strokes away from the sphere Saturday on the RSM Traditional, Streb was requested if he remembered what he did the evening earlier than his first PGA Tour victory, the 2014 RSM Traditional.
“No, I do not. Most likely acquired ice cream,” he mentioned earlier than including, “I’ll in all probability get ice cream tonight.”
There’s no motive to vary a successful method, however this 12 months’s occasion is drastically completely different than the 2014 match. Streb started the ultimate spherical six years in the past 5 strokes off the lead and closed with a 63 to drive a playoff with Brendon de Jonge and Will Mackenzie.
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This time round he’ll take a commanding lead into the ultimate spherical on a course made deceptively difficult this week by nonstop wind.
“Simply attempting to maintain doing what I am doing. I do not suppose the wind’s presupposed to blow fairly as onerous tomorrow, so in all probability acquired to make a couple of birdies,” Streb mentioned. “Guessing a couple of guys will go low and see how we do.”
Zach Johnson and Bronson Burgoon are tied for second place at 14 below.