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A veteran on the professional field, Steve Stricker is one of the most consistent golfers on the US PGA Tour.
Born in the Wisconsin state of the United States of America, Stricker is known for his long drives and calm demeanour on the course. Throughout his long career as a member of the US PGA Tour, the American has won twelve trophies, the most important among them being the World Golf Championship - Accenture Match Play Championship which he won in 2001.
It was Steve Stricker who suggested that Jordan Speith and Patrick Reed were the best pairing combo for competing in the Four-ball format. Their performance was very good and they hoped to be chosen again for the following Friday’s competition.
The European Ryder Cup contender, Lee Westwood, confidently reported that his finish at number 15 at the USPGA will guarantee him a wildcard entry to the tournament.
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.
Fowler appears to be very cool coming from school straightaway. In spite of just one triumph of PGA Tour he has already become famous. He comes across as a very fashionable golfer with his looks, clothes and demeanour. Strangely he has female fans following him and suggests that he resembles like Johnny Depp.
Record major winner Jack Nicklaus still believes Tiger Woods is the man to break his record of eighteen major titles while United States Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson has no hesitation about making Woods one of three wildcard picks for the Ryder Cup – but both these claims come in with the caveat whether the former world number one is healthy.