Robert Streb might be best known for his prowess with a sand wedge–not from the bunkers but on the green. During the final round of The Greenbrier Classic in July, he tossed his putter back to his bag, and the shaft snapped. Because the rules didn’t allow him to replace the club, he putted with his 56-degree, making five birdie putts–including a 25-footer–to get into a sudden-death playoff, which Danny Lee won.