For all intents and purposes, Robert Streb’s first Masters was over on Thursday.
Streb, a K-State graduate and Shawnee residence, shot an 8-over 80 on Thursday, which meant he would need to go low on Friday to give himself a chance to make the cut.
He went off early on Friday morning, and he did play better, shooting a 4-over 76. But at 12-over for the tournament, Streb was 9 strokes off the cut line.
It was a difficult Masters debut for Streb, who was also playing in his first major tournament.
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Just six golfers finished worse, including three amateurs and defending champions Mike Weir and Ben Crenshaw. Crenshaw had said this would be his final Masters.