Robert Streb tees off in the third round of the Greenbrier Classic.
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By Coleman McDowell
Sunday, July 05, 2015

It's crunch time on the PGA Tour, and Robert Streb is putting with a wedge. 

After tossing his putter to his caddie walking off the ninth green in the final round of the Greenbrier Classic, Streb's putter was damaged. Using his sand wedge, Streb birdied Nos. 10 and 11, made a par putt on No. 12, then drained a 30-foot birdie on No. 13 to jump to 12-under, one shot off the lead. 

Watch the videos below to see Streb putting with his wedge. We don't advise you try this in your round this afternoon. 

These guys are really good. 


UPDATE: He dropped yet another birdie, this time to jump into a tie for the lead. 

UPDATE NO. 2: After three-putting on No. 17, Streb birdied No. 18 to tie Kevin Kisner for the clubhouse lead at 13-under.

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