Sport WATCH: Streb's stunners!

10:21  09 july  2017
10:21  09 july  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

Munoz surges into Greenbrier Classic lead

  Munoz surges into Greenbrier Classic lead Colombian Sebastian Munoz holed 10 birdies to take the first-round lead at the Greenbrier Classic.Sebastian Munoz carded a stunning nine-under 61 to take a two-shot lead at the Greenbrier Classic on Thursday.

Average Score based on 4 ratings. Watch ▸.

Error. Page cannot be displayed. Please contact your service provider for more details.

Getty © Provided by BSkyB Getty

Robert Streb surged into contention on the third day of the Greenbrier Classic aided by two of the best shots of the PGA Tour season.

Streb carded a best-of-the-day 65 to pull within two strokes of long-time leader Sebastian Munoz at The Old White TPC in West Virginia, and the American had everyone talking about his monster putt at the first and his near-miss for a rare albatross at the 12th.

The 30-year-old, who lost out in a play-off at this event two years ago, got his third round off to a spectacular start when he came up way short with his approach to the opening green, only to drain a remarkable putt of over 90 feet for a bonus birdie.

Streb was three under for the day and challenging for the lead after he made his fifth birdie at the 11th, and even better was to follow at the par-five 12th despite pulling his drive into the rough on the left.

With 231-yards to the pin. Streb laced a hybrid out of a fortunate lie and his ball bounded onto the green and began tracking towards the hole, although it ran out of steam just a foot short of the cup to leave a tap-in for eagle.

Watch the video above to see Streb reflecting on his pair of stunning shots at the Sky Cart...

Schauffele claims maiden win .
Xander Schauffele secured a maiden PGA Tour win and qualified for The Open with Greenbrier Classic victory.Xander Schauffele secured a first professional title and maiden PGA Tour victory with a narrow win at the Greenbrier Classic.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
This is interesting!