Unorthodox Practice MethodsMarch 9, 2016

Kevin Streelman is practicing for this week's PGA Tour event by playing mini-golf

Kevin Streelman recently shared some of his secrets to make more putts with Golf Digest. However, it seems like the two-time PGA Tour winner was holding out on us.

Ahead of this week's Valspar Championship, Streelman, who is just 158th in strokes gained/putting on the PGA Tour this season, seems to be taking an unusual approach to improving his touch on the greens: Playing mini-golf.

The handle @GiiCAJM refers to Streelman's caddie, AJ Montecinos. Hopefully, Montecinos will make that back if his boss plays well this week -- and he's got a good chance. Streelman won his first PGA Tour title at Innisbrook's Copperhead Course, the site of this week's event, at the 2013 Tampa Bay Championship. And if he can handle that slick artificial turf, he can handle the Snake Pit.

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