April 21 2013
By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- Kevin Streelman put a lof of focus on the Masters only to come away disappointed following rounds of 77 and 76 to miss the cut.
"But I'm seeing the results of the fruits of that labor," he said at Harbour Town, where he enters the final round of the RBC Heritage just three strokes off the lead.
Streelman is looking for his second win of the season after capturing the Tampa Bay Championship presented by EverBank last month.
"I don't have much to lose," he said. "I'm going to see what the course can give us. You're going to pick some battles to attack. And hopefully I have an opportunity on the last nine (Sunday)."
Given winds of 20-plus mph, with possible gusts as high as 40 or 45, opportunities to attack will be scarce.
Still, Streelman is happy with his progress and hopeful it will pay off with the second win of his career -- one that has spanned 156 starts.
"I really have a vision of where I want my swing to be, and a real plan of what we're doing," he said. "All of a sudden little pitfalls that you go through aren't that big a deal.
"I had a ton of good putts that didn't go in (Saturday), that was frustrating. But hopefully that's a little vision of what's going to happen (Sunday)."