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Kevin's Biography

Born: November 4, 1978 – Winfield, Illinois

College: Duke University (2001, Sociology)

Turned Professional: 2001

  • Spent six seasons on various developmental tours.
  • One win on Hooters Tour - Three on Gateway Tour.

Earned PGA TOUR Card: 2007

  • 14th at Qualifying School.
  • Began 2008 Rookie season ranked #1,114 in the Official World Golf rankings and rose to #120 by seasons end.
  • Tied for the lead after 1st round of 2008 U.S. Open. Finished T53.
  • Earned $1,352,705 and finished 78th on the money list.

First Official PGA TOUR Victory:

  • 2013 Tampa Bay Championship.
  • This was Kevin's 153rd career start.
  • In addition to earning a berth in the 2013 Masters, Streelman won a two-year TOUR exemption through 2015 and a berth in the 2014 Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
  • Streelman played bogey-free over his final 37 holes.

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  • Won 2009 inaugural Kodak Challenge and $1 million winner-take-all first prize. Event had a designated hole at 30 events on TOUR over the course of the season. Streelman finished a cumulative 17-under par to win by three strokes. The money does not count toward his TOUR career winnings.
  • Courtney Streelmam, holding the $1 million dollar cheque, kisses husband Kevin Streelman, who holds the Kodak Challenge Trophy after his win at the 2009 Children's Miracle Classic at Disney (photo credit: Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP)

Memorble Streelman Comment:

In the media scrum following his inaugural TOUR win, Streelman was asked how he was able to stay so focused and what were the keys to his final round and to his victory? "I had very solid ball striking all week.(caddie) AJ and I kept it very simple. We just were picking targets and picking the right club and just swinging. It was letting go of results. We were meditating on a lot of Scripture together. We were singing together. We were having fun. That's when I play my best is when I'm just enjoying myself."


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