After an eagle and a birdie over his last three holes to get within 5 shots of the lead, Madison resident Steve Stricker believes he can better generate momentum this weekend.
"It's been a great relationship and one that I treasure a lot," Stricker says of North.
After stepping away from the sport as a player, time as a caddie on PGA Tour Champions circuit whet the appetite of the former Badgers golfer.
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Brett Favre, Derek Jeter, Darius Rucker and Andy North played in the charity outing that followed the tournament's final group.
Madison’s Andy North has gone to every U.S. Open since 1975.
This year, for the first time, the U.S. Open is coming to him.
The two-time U.S. Open champ says avoiding big mistakes is key at Erin Hills.
The foursome will play in a 9-hole scramble on Saturday, June 24, following the final tournament group of the day, teeing off from the 10th hole at University Ridge Golf Course around 1:30 p.m.
The state native could still qualify for this month’s major at Erin Hills, but he deserves an exemption.
When, where: 12 p.m. Saturday, Kohl Center.
“The reputation on Tour is very good for Wisconsin golf." - Steve Stricker
“I know my priorities and where I want to be with them. I want to spend more time at home and raise money for these charities and our foundation and different things like that.” — Stricker
The seniors interact well with fans and joke around with their fellow competitors more than they did back in the day, but this is still a competition with prize money and Charles Schwab Cup points at stake.
Steve Stricker is in one of those transitional phases of life.