Steve Stricker has won 12 Events of Golf

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.

Golf Digest’s new Top-100 list

A new report from Golf Digest has revealed the list of the top one hundred great golf courses in the United States.

It shows that the Coachella Valley 'Quarry' golf course that entered two years ago has moved up again - last year it was in the 88th position; while this year this has made it to the 77th spot.

One of Tom Fazio’s top golf courses in desert, Golf Digest ranking panel said that the developers of The Quarry hired Tom Fazio in early 90s with directions that he was to outdo his design of Shadow Creek.

Steve Stricker to support the US golf team in Ryder Cup 2014

In spite of Steve Stricker winning the PGA Tour 12 times many people still consider him to be lacking the adequate amount of determination. It might be due to his not winning any big competition in spite of having quite a few chances at them.

It can also be due to the fact that he’s playing a lot less and skipping competitions. It might also be because family is a bigger priority than winning trophies for him now.

Some people consider him to be lacking a competitive spirit.

Jerry Kelly said that he considers Stricker to be a bit more competitive than he appears.

Confident Westwood over toiling Woods at USPGA

While Lee Westwood from England has it lucky and confident, United States Tiger Woods has taken a hard hit where he told he was there to win, unfortunately actions proved otherwise.

At the end of the first round of the 96th USPGA, the gap was just nine holes, the favor being on Westwood’s side. Rory Mcllroy is undoubtedly the favorite for the season, finishing 7 holes ahead of Westwood.

Angel Cabrera withdraws from the PGA

The Cordoba, as Argentina born golf professional Angel Cabrera is popularly called, withdrew his participation from the PGA championship on the second day of the tournament.

“Cabrera bid an early goodbye to the last Major of the season”, said a PGA championship official that is taking place in Kentucky, United States at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.