The Madison resident closes with an even-par 70 for a six-stroke victory over defending champion and Wisconsin friend Jerry Kelly.
Stricker struggles to a 2-over-par 72 but leads Kelly (68) by four shots.
Madison's Steve Stricker increased his lead to five strokes Friday in the Senior Players Championship, following an opening 7-under-par 63 with a 68 at breezy Firestone in Akron, Ohio.
Madison's Steve Stricker holds a four-shot advantage after one round of the Senior Players Championship.
The Madison native becomes the first player to win two AmFam titles after shooting his best round of the tournament, a 6-under 66.
In a crowded field of players vying for the title, Jerry Kelly, a Madison native, became the first player to win two AmFam Championships after…
“I got caught trying to skirt that bunker and it wasn't smart,” Jerry Kelly said of his tee shot on the 18th, which led to a double bogey.
The Milwaukee native makes his way back to the pro tour on a sponsor's exemption.
On the second day of the American Family Insurance Championship, Miguel Angel Jiménez takes advantage of Jerry Kelly's mistake on 18 at Univer…
Lee Kelly will turn 86 next month and had to deal with some obstacles to watch every shot her son took, but the matriarch of the Kelly family looked positively giddy from the opening tee shot to the final putt on the 18th green.
Miguel Angel Jiménez shot a 7-under-par 65 to take the lead, pulling away from the field with an eagle down the stretch.
Fan favorite John Daly withdrew from the AmFam before completing his first nine holes, with tournament officials saying he was feeling ill.
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.
On a sweltering first day of the American Family Insurance Championship, Miguel Angel Jiménez shot a 7-under-par 65 to take the lead Friday a…
There’s been something more in the air than humidity this week at University Ridge.
"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.
The seven-year extension keeps the tournament at University Ridge and begins with this year’s event, which runs Friday-Sunday.
“It's a blessing, really, to think that in our 50s that we're still competing and we carried the friendships through all those years,” said Mike Weir, who's making his debut in Madison this weekend.
The Madison resident has a one-shot advantage heading into Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour Champions major.
Steve Stricker joined Madison neighbor Jerry Kelly, Monday qualifier Alex Cejka and first-round leader Darren Clarke atop the leaderboard halfway through the Regions Tradition.
Trying to become the oldest winner in PGA Tour history, 53-year-old Steve Stricker shot a 5-under 66 to get within a stroke of leader Xander Schauffele entering the weekend at TPC Scottsdale.
“I made some putts,” said Stricker, who turns 54 later this month. “Felt like the old Steve Stricker. I am old, but I don’t feel 53 or (54). I feel like I still have a little bit of game left in me.”