The way Steve Stricker is performing at the ongoing PGA Championship at the Baltusrol Golf Club, it looks like he will find a place in the US Ryder Cup team.
He was within striking distance of getting the 2016 PGA Championship trophy currently played in New Jersey. The avid golfer is in the form of his life at present with top five finishes in two events this summer.
Tiger Woods is utterly desperate to come back to the gold course, says Steve Stricker.
It has also been reported that the former world number one has vowed to play in the coming year. Steve told that Tiger is "antsy" to back n action, with the ex world No 1 plighting to play in the year 2017.
The former world No 1 and fourteen time major champ has not played competitively since the Wyndham Championship last August, having undergone a back surgery. Wood, earlier in March, admitted that he had a whole lot of hard work before making a return.
Great news for Stricker fans who have been all looking forward to see the champion golfer back in action post his surgery- the former #2 has confirmed that he is all-relaxed prior to the 2015 Zurich Classic.
Steve had a critical surgery on his back in 2014 & post his recovery in 2015, he is not playing full time as he is not 100 percent okay in regards to fitness. This year he started off with Augusta National and Zurich Classic 2015 is the next ground for him this year.
Steve Stricker is a professional golfer who hails from the United States of America where he is a member of the US PGA Tour.
He is the winner of twelve titles on the US PGA Tour including the World Golf Championship - Accenture Match Play Championship as well as two playoff events of the FedEx Cup. The most successful season that the American has had on the US PGA Tour came in 2009 when he won three events as well as finishing at second on the money list.
Steve Stricker is a professional golfer from the United States of America who is a member of the US PGA Tour.
Stricker is the winner of twelve events in the US PGA Tour, the chief among them being the World Golf Championship - Accenture Match Play Championship as well as two playoff events of the FedEx Cup. The most successful season the veteran has had on the Tour was in 2009 when he won three tournaments on Tour and finished second in the prestigious Money list.