Steve Stricker is one of the most celebrated golfers on the PGA Tour. He has won a staggering 12 tournaments on the PGA Tour, which even include two FedEx Cup playoff events. He won three great victories in 2009, and finished on the second place of the money list.

Steve Stricker was born in Wisconsin, at a place called Edgerton. He played golf throughout his formative years. There were two places he played at; one was the Edgerton Towne Country Club, while the other was Lake Ripley Country Club. He later on went on to graduate with All-American honours as a member of the golf team in both 1988 and 1989 at the University of Illinois. Stricker became a professional in 1990, and since then, his journey has only been forward, and closer and closer to the top. He started his career at the Canadian Professional Golf Tour, where he spectacularly won two tournaments, and his first big break came when in 1996, he won both the Kemper Open and the Motorola Western Open. He also had seven whopping top ten finishes that year on the PGA Tour, and he went on to finish fourth on the money list of the PGA Tour that year.

At the Players Championship, Steve Stricker was three under par and tied at the twenty fifth spot while entering play, which resumed on Saturday. He was seen shooting just two under par while in Round Two, while in the Round One, he shot just one under par. At the end of the day’s play, he was able to move up to 23 spots. He needs to work really hard to finish in the top 25 list, which will be his 189th Top 25 finish, in a career spanning twenty four years.