No moment last year captivated golf as much as Woods finishing off his improbable comeback by winning the final PGA Tour event of the season at the Tour Championship. And then it was time to move on.
Stricker, a Madison resident and Edgerton native who is about to turn 52, played 13 times on the PGA Tour and six times on the Champions in his first year of eligibility. Last year, he was up to seven Champions event and one fewer on the PGA Tour.
Prior to the 2019 Sony Open in Hawaii, Madison's Steve Stricker says he plans to play as long as he feels he can still compete on the PGA Tour.
Sources told Golf Digest the “conventional thought” is Mickelson and Woods would play as a pair against two challengers, but the two rivals remaining on opposite sides is still also an option.
Phil Mickelson beat Tiger Woods in overtime Friday in their $9 million pay-per-view match in Las Vegas that ended up free for many viewers because of technical problems.
Everything points to Europe taking back the precious gold trophy on Sunday, starting from a 10-6 lead that requires Europe to win only 4 1/2 points from the 12 singles matches on the final day.
Woods dropped all three of his matches over the first two days, cut down each time by Europe's most dynamic combination, mullet-sporting Tommy Fleetwood and British Open champion Francesco Molinari.
The cheers at Le Golf National ramped up to a feverish pitch as Europe swept all four matches Friday afternoon for a 5-3. It was the first time Europe swept a session since 1989, and the first time ever at the Ryder Cup in foursomes.
For all his amazing feats in golf — 80 victories on the PGA Tour, the most recent on Sunday at the Tour Championship after returning following a fourth back surgery that threatened to end his career — Woods has been on only one winning team at the Ryder Cup.
Madison’s Steve Stricker won the inaugural Sanford International for his third Champions title of the year, closing with a 3-under 67 for a four-stroke victory over Tim Petrovic and Jerry Smith in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
MENASHA — Dan Woltman won his third Wisconsin State Open Championship Wednesday evening at North Shore Golf Club in Menasha — his first as a professional — but afterward all he wanted to talk about were the big fish that had previously gotten away.
ST. LOUIS - The fist pump for the birdie at the 18th was demonstrative, but didn't have the same ferocity as the celebration a decade ago at Torrey Pines. The result was not a major triumph, but a significant step in an extraordinary comeback. Tiger Woods didn't win the PGA Championship on Sunday, but it sure felt that way for much of a loud and raucous day at Bellerive Country Club. When ...
AKRON, Ohio - At 11 years old, when Jim Nantz was already focused on a career in sports broadcasting, Firestone Country Club was his fantasy land. As a youngster, he was infatuated with the CBS Golf Classic, a series of matches between twosomes that culminated in a championship. The event played in that format was taped at Firestone from 1964-72 and Nantz watched attentively, excited not only ...
Lodi’s Jacob Michel shot a 5-over-par 77 on the final day of the Wisconsin State Amateur Championship on Thursday, finishing tied for 39th with an 11-over 299 at the four-day tournament held at the Minocqua Country Club.
Following an up-and-down second round, Lodi's Jacob Michel found his groove again on Wednesday, shooting an even-par 72 in the third round of the four-day Wisconsin State Amateur Championship at Minocqua Country Club.
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