Steve Stricker may have to turn down requests for putting lessons. Since straightening out Tiger Woods, Stricker has become known as the tour’s resident expert on the greens.
Stricker, who turns 46 next month, is going into semi-retirement. When he leaves Kapalua, he won’t return again until the Match Play Championship at the end of February.
Even with Tiger Woods struggling, the Americans managed a tie in the first session of the Ryder Cup.
Keegan Bradley loves the Atlanta area. Bradley is leading the TOUR Championship after the first round with a 6 under 64.
A couple of players to keep your eyes on as we proceed deeper into the FedEx Cup playoffs are, Steve Strickers, Keegan Bradley and Matt Kuchar.
If your expecting household names to dominate the leaderboard at the half way point of the 93rd PGA Championship you would be disappointed.
Steve Stricker is ranked in the top-ten of the world golf ratings, but he’s still waiting on his first major. The Open Championship could be his chance.
Steve Stricker is the reigning two-time champion at the John Deere Classic. And while a third win is within the realm of possibility, it could lead to another letdown at the Open Championship next week.
Notes from the world of golf. Tiger Woods is sticking with his agent, Mark Steinberg. Steve Stricker jumps to fourth in the rankings, the highest position of any American player. Mike Weir and Vijay Singh are likely to miss their first majors in awhile, unless the U.S. Golf Association weighs in.
Mark Wilson would be in the hunt at the Memorial Tournament if fellow Wisconsin native Steve Stricker weren’t blitzing the field. Wilson sits at 7-under 209 through 54 holes, good for a top-five position, but still five strokes off the lead.
Steve Stricker has not missed a cut in 2011. And with his 4-under 68 in Thursday’s first round of the Memorial Tournament, he will probably make another. With such solid play, Stricker likes his chances at the U.S. Open in a couple weeks.