Steve Stricker is an American professional golfer know all about Steve Stricker Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Professional Career, Children, Career Earnings, Wiki in this article.
Steve Stricker Wiki
|Name||Steven Charles Stricker|
|Birthdate ( Age)||23 February 1967|
|Place of Birth||Edgerton, Wisconsin, USA|
|Children||Izzie & Bobbi Maria Stricker|
|Parents||Bob stricker, Caroline stricker|
|Education||University of Illinois|
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
Steven Charles Stricker is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour and the PGA Tour Champions. He has twelve victories on the PGA Tour, including the WGC-Match Play title in 2001 and two FedEx Cup playoff events.
His most successful season on tour came at age 42 in 2009, with three victories and a runner-up finish on the money list. Stricker spent over 250 weeks in the top-10 of the Official World Golf Ranking reaching a career-high world ranking of No. 2 in September 2009.
Steve Stricker Family, Parents
Born in Edgerton, Wisconsin, Stricker grew up playing golf at both Lake Ripley Country Club in nearby Cambridge and at the Edgerton Towne Country Club in Edgerton. A 1990 graduate of the University of Illinois, Stricker earned All-American honors as a member of the Illini golf team in 1988 and 1989.
Steve Stricker Wife
Steve Stricker is married with wife Nicki Tiziani and he comes from a family of golfers. The couple have two Daughter Together Name Izzie & Bobbi Maria Stricker .Both his father-in-law and brother-in-law, Dennis Tiziani, were PGA Tour players as well.
Steve Stricker Net Worth
Both his father-in-law and brother-in-law, Dennis Tiziani, were PGA Tour players as well has an estimated Net Worth arround $20 Million in 2022.
Steve Stricker Career Earnings
Steve Stricker has earned total career earnings of $44,936,355, averaging $1,449,560 prize money per year. Steve Stricker’s net worth is $44,936,355. Steve Stricker turned pro in 1990 and has played for 32 years and was born in USA. In 2021 Steve Stricker earned $640,311 so far. Steve Stricker best year was 2008-09 where he earned $6,332,636.
Steve Stricker Professional Career
Stricker turned professional in 1990 and began his career on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour,where he won two tournaments. He joined the PGA Tour in 1994, and his first success at the top level came in 1996, when Stricker notched two victories and seven top ten finishes on his way to finishing fourth on the 1996 PGA Tour money list.
Stricker lost his tour card in 2004. At age 39 in 2006, relying on sponsor exemptions, he managed seven top-ten finishes and was voted the tour’s Comeback Player of the Year. In 2007 he won his fourth PGA Tour title at The Barclays on August 26, ending an 11-year victory drought on American soil, although he had previously triumphed down in Australia in 2001. This run of success earned him a spot on the Presidents Cup team in 2007.
Stricker won his fifth PGA Tour title at Colonial in Texas at the end of May 2009, with a playoff win over Tim Clark and Steve Marino. The win was aided by a 60-foot (18 m) chip-in on the 71st hole.He won again in July at the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinois. After the second round was rained-out on Friday, the field was forced to play 36 holes on Sunday.
In June 2011, Stricker won at the Memorial Tournament in Ohio, his tenth tour title.He opened with 68 and bettered this with 67 in the second round. However, this was made special by the hole-in-one he recorded at the par three 8th hole to hold a three stroke advantage at the halfway stage. Remarkably, he then opened round three with two eagles in the first five holes to open up a six-shot lead midway through round three, but some uncharacteristic mistakes on the back nine saw him fall back towards the rest of the field.
In 2017, Stricker joined the PGA Tour Champions. In his first event, the Tucson Conquistadores Classic, he finished one stroke behind Tom Lehman. Stricker asked the USGA for a special exemption to play in the 2017 U.S. Open held in his home state, but his request was denied. He eventually earned entry through a qualifying tournament in Memphis. Stricker was the captain of the victorious U.S. team in the 2017 Presidents Cup.
In April 2021, Stricker won the Chubb Classic for his sixth win on the PGA Tour Champions. In May 2021, Stricker came close to defending his title at the senior major, the Regions Tradition. Stricker birdied the last hole in regulation to force a playoff with Alex Čejka. Čejka won the playoff with a birdie on the first playoff hole.
In June 2021, Stricker won his third senior major at the Senior Players Championship at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio. Stricker led by eight strokes going into the final round. He shot an even-par 70 in the final round and won by six strokes over Jerry Kelly.
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