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.
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.