Steve Stricker On the Mark

Well-known golfer Steve Stricker has so far won a whopping twelve tournaments while playing on the PGA Tour, and these also include winning two of the most coveted FedEx Cup Playoff events. By far, the year 2009 was his most successful year, and he finished at second place on the money list, and he had three tournament victories.

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Woods and Nike Close to New Deal

Tiger Woods, the number 1 golfer in the world, will soon ink a new endorsement deal with Nike, a leading equipment company. After endorsing the Swoosh and Frees for seventeen years, the golfer will continue the relationship with Nike through a new endorsement deal. The information is given by Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg when he was being interviewed by The new deal will simply confirm that Nike has two top golfers to endorse their products because earlier this year, Nike has signed the number two golfer in the world to a multiyear deal.

Adam Scott to Endorse UNIQLO

It was announced by UNIQLO today that a multi-year contract has been signed with Australian pro golfer and number 7 in world golf rankings, Adam Scott. According to the contract, he will now act as Global Brand Ambassador to the leading global Japanese retailer.

Bubba Watson laughs off miracle Masters shot

It was a miracle shot that won Bubba Watson his first major title in golf but according to the man himself, he would rather not have a repeat of that famous lob that win him the Masters title at Augusta.

Speaking of the high hook shot that he hit from the pine straw at the 10th hole of the Georgia Club, which was his second hole in a winning sudden death playoff, Watson stated that he hopes he will be able to hit the fairway from now onwards and would not need to practice that particular shot anymore.

Phil Mickelson makes a miss at 59

Tiger Woods had made a silly miss at the Phoenix Open where he missed the 60 which could have become the sixth round of 59 in the history of PGA tour and he could have had his name after Stuart Appleby who made the record at the Greenbrier Classic in 2010.

In an almost the same manner, Phil Mickelson did the putt in such a way at the Waste Management Open held at TPC Scottsdale that it went to the last hole but almost kissed the edge and hopped away. The miss was by less than an inch.

Stricker attempting to move on

American golf player Steve Stricker had a real hard time getting over Ryder Cup compared to any other disappointment he has faced in the last twenty four years as a professional, even including those years when Steve lost his PGA Tour card.

Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker did not win a single match throughout the week. Steve lost his singles match against Martin Kaymer which allowed the European golfer to retain the dup. But the most painful thing was probably the when he failed to get up and down from a standard chip behind seventeenth hole.

Golf fans want to know about Kim

Previously, there was a frequently asked question that what was supposed with the Bob Hope tournament, but now the desert golf fans have an answer as Humana is now committed to the desert championship till 2019.

More importantly, now the question regarding the future of Hope tournament have been replaces by another question. The question is where Anthony Kim is. Golf lovers as well as Anthony Kim’s fans have not seen him in the field for several months.

Oosthuizen and Adam Scott Duel

No doubt that the HSBC Championship is going to be quite a task for the judges to decide who walks away with the title after Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen both stood up to the number one spot after the first round. The 32-year-old ace showcased an impressive seven-fewer than 65 and went on to share Louis Oosthuizen, the South African golfer’s place at the leader-board.

Scott struggles with his Pathetic Putting

Adam Scott played quite neatly in Boston but his putting was so disastrous that he couldn’t win in the final round. South African golfer Louis Oosthuizen topped the leaderboard when the third round ended and Scott was 12 shots behind him. Now that is a long gap!

Scott proved to be totally in control with ball striking this week. The world no. 9 held the first place in striking the ball. Not only was he good in ball striking, but he was placed at the third spot in driving distance and greens in regulation. Again he held the fifth position in shot accurateness and closeness to the hole.