PGA Tour pro Kevin Streelman isn't the type of name your armchair golf fan might be aware of.
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But Streelman, 43, is a two-time PGA Tour winner. Those victories came a long time ago in 2013 and 2014 when he won the Tampa Bay Championship and the Travelers Championship.
It has been a mixed season so far for Streelman. He's enjoyed a top-10 finish at the Valspar Championship and fared well at The Honda Classic.
He made the cut at the PGA Championship last week and went 71-72-75-67 which was good for a T-41 finish.
And it appears that apart from being handy with a golf club in his hand, he's also a keen musician.
During some down time he was filmed teaming up with a PGA Tour caddie Aaron Flener absolutely smashing a country song.
Flener doesn't actually work with Streelman. He is the bag man for JT Poston. But as the video teases us, Streelman bought the guitar and Flener bought the pipes.
Flener revealed his talents for singing at the Zurich Classic when he was filmed singing the walk out song for his player Poston and Stephan Jaeger.
The song of choice back then when the players came out to the first tee box was Callin Baton Rouge, by Garth Brooks.
Flener says on his social media profile that song is his karaoke special.
Check out the pipes on Flener as he sings a cover of "That Summer" as Streelman provides the backing music.
Again, this is a tune sung by Brooks.
I'm not too sure, but I think the duo absolutely smashed it. What do you think?
When @Streels54 brought a guitar, and @AaronFlener brought the pipes. #GarthBrooks pic.twitter.com/QZ3a0hH3Nh— Derek Bohlen (@DerekBOhlen) May 25, 2022
Get you a caddy that will sing your walk out song. #KilledIt let’s go team!!! @SJ_sedl_Golf @AaronFlener @JT_ThePostman @spencercaddy17 pic.twitter.com/T9FASWWHts— Shelby Jaeger (@shel_bg) April 27, 2019