Most Birdies In a Row at the End to Win a PGA Tour Tournament

If a golfer birdies, say, the final three holes of the tournament and that propels the golfer to victory, then we say that golfer made three birdies in a row to win.

Do you know what the record for that is on the PGA Tour? The record for most consecutive birdies at the end to win on the PGA Tour? Let's find out.

The PGA Tour Record: 7 Birdies in a Row to Win

At the 2014 Travelers Championship, Kevin Streelman birdied the final seven holes in the final round to win the tournament, and that is the PGA Tour record. Other golfers have made more consecutive birdies in earlier rounds during a tour event, but seven is the most birdies in a row at the end to win.

Streelman made birdies on holes 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18. That pushed him to a back nine score of 28 and a final score of 64. He won by a single stroke over runners-up Sergio Garcia and K.J. Choi.

Streelman broke a record previously held by Mike Souchak. Which brings us to ...

The List: Most Consecutive Birdies to Win on the PGA Tour

  • 7 birdies in a row to win: Kevin Streelman, 2014 Travelers Championship (last 7 holes)
  • 6 in a row to win: Mike Souchak, 1956 St. Paul Open (last 6 holes)
  • 5 in a row to win: Jack Nicklaus, 1978 Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic (last 5 holes)
  • 5 in a row to win: Tom Weiskopf, 1971 Kemper Open (last 4 holes plus 1 playoff hole)
  • 5 in a row to win: Russell Henley, 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii (last 5 holes)
  • 5 in a row to win: Kevin Tway, 2018 Safeway Open (last 2 holes plus 3 playoff holes)

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