Meet Robert Streb

Robert earned All-American honors while playing collegiate golf at Kansas State University and has continued to play at an elite level since turning pro. In 2012 he won the Mylan Classic Tour tournament, which ultimately led to a 7th place finish on the Tour money list that year and PGA TOUR membership for the 2013 season. Robert is now in his 5th consecutive season on the PGA TOUR and has gained a reputation as a steady, consistent performer who continues to improve each year.

In his first two seasons on the PGA TOUR (2013 and 2014), “Strebby” finished 126th and 71st on the PGA TOUR’s FedEx Cup Standings. That momentum propelled him into the 2015 season, which became his breakout year after an early season win at the McGladerey Classic. He went on to compile 9 Top-10 finishes and an 18th place finish on the 2015 FedEx Cup Standings. During the 2016 PGA Tour season, Robert reached 30th in the Official World Golf Ranking, which was made possible in large part by a T4 finish at the PGA Championship where he carded a historically low round of 63, thus tying the lowest round shot in Major Championship history. 2017 promises to be another step up the ladder for Robert as he continues to establish himself among the best players in the world.

Despite all of his accomplishments on the golf course, Robert’s greatest joy came in 2015 when he and his wife Maggie welcomed their daughter Catherine into the world.


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Streb wins Nationwide Children’s, secures PGA TOUR return


After capturing the 36-hole lead at the Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, Kansas State University alum Robert Streb appeared calm and confident, remarking to media that he knew he had what it took to capture the title at the end of the week. Streb ...

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Sleeping on the Lead: Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb


Despite not hitting a shot on Saturday, Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb continued to share the lead at the PGA Championship – thanks to unrelenting rain that halted play 40 minutes before they could tee off. Walker and Streb remain the 36-hole leaders at 9 under, two strokes ...

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