The 2017 American Family Insurance Championship golf tournament raised over 1.6 million dollars for charities, tournament organizers announced Monday. In its second year, the PGA Tour Champions event raised $1.625 million, surpassing the 2016 total by $535,500.
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Following in the successful footsteps of the inaugural tournament, the 2017 American Family Insurance Championship raised $1,625,000 for charity in only its second year, tournament and PGA TOUR officials announced today, surpassing the 2016 total by $535,500.
It may be an unofficial money event on the PGA Tour, but a win is a win for Steve Stricker and Sean O’Hair, neither of whom have won since 2012. They ended their droughts on Sunday with a better-ball eight-under 64 to finish at 26-under 190 and win the QBE Shootout by two shots at […]
Years come and go with a greater velocity for Steve Stricker these days and the Madison golfer packed so much into the first nine months of 2017, he figured it was a good time for a break. Stricker confirmed Tuesday that he will skip the Charles Schwab Cup playoffs as he continues to re-charge his 50-year-old […]
“They came in here riding a ton of momentum and a ton of confidence,” Stricker said. “It was about getting out of their way.”
On a misty weekday morning at Madison, Wisconsin’s Cherokee Country Club, Steve Stricker arrives in an appropriately smart-casual ensemble: starched blue button-up, dark jeans, no hat.
A month from now, Steve Stricker will lead the U.S. team against the International team in their biennial showdown at The Presidents Cup. The Americans will have the home-course advantage at Liberty National, and Stricker will attempt to continue their domination in the event, with the U.S. posting a 9-1-1 record. The Internationals under Nick […]
Brilliant beams lit up northwest England Sunday morning, the perfect setting for one more round in the sunshine for Steve Stricker.
For several years, Steve Stricker has been the big cheese of Wisconsin golf. So, it goes without saying that the 50-year-old Stricker, a 12-time PGA Tour winner, wanted a chance to play in the first U.S. Open to be contested in his native state.
Call him the sentimental favorite at the U.S. Open. Steve Stricker is happy to carry that label. The 50-year-old Wisconsin native wanted desperately to be in the field next week at Erin Hills when the USGA’s marquee event is played for the first time in his home state.