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Steve Stricker
Steve Stricker
Real Name/Full Name Steven Charles Stricker
Nick Name/Celebrated Name: Steve Stricker
Birth Place: Wisconsin, USA
Date Of Birth/Birthday: 23 February 1967
Age/How Old: 56 years old
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 183 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 1″
Weight: In Kilograms – 86 Kg
In Pounds – 190 lbs
Eye Color: N/A
Hair Color: N/A
Parents Name: Father – Bob Stricker
Mother – Caroline Stricker
Siblings: Scott Stricker
School: Edgerton High School
College: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Religion: N/A
Nationality: American
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Gender: Male
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Girlfriend: N/A
Wife/Spouse Name: Nicki Stricker
Kids/Children Name: Bobbi Maria Stricker
Profession: Professional golfer
Net Worth: $25 Million
Last Updated: March 2023

Steven Charles Stricker is a professional golfer from the United States who competes on the PGA Tour and the PGA Tour Champions. On the PGA Tour, he has twelve wins, including the WGC-Match Play Championship in 2001 and two FedEx Cup playoff tournaments.

With three wins and a runner-up finish on the money list, he had his most fruitful season on tour at the age of 42 in 2009. Stricker was in the top ten of the Official World Golf Ranking for over 250 weeks, touching a career high of No. 2 in September 2009.

Well, how well do you know about Steve Stricker? If not much, here is what we know about Steve Stricker to date.

Biography and Early Life

Stricker grew up in Edgerton, Wisconsin, where he played golf at Lake Ripley Country Club in Cambridge and Edgerton Towne Country Club in Edgerton.

Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

So, how old is Steve Stricker in 2023 and what is his height and weight? Well, Steve Stricker’s age is 56 years old as of today’s date 21st March 2023 having been born on 23 February 1967. Though, he is 6′ 1″ in feet and inches and 183 cm in Centimetres tall, he weighs about 190lbs in Pound and 86kg in Kilograms.


Stricker won All-American honours as a member of the University of Illinois golf team in 1988 and 1989, graduating in 1990.

Personal Life: Dating, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

Steve Stricker With Wife Nicki Stricker
Steve Stricker With Wife Nicki Stricker

Stricker married into a family of golfers. Dennis Tiziani, his father-in-law, and Mario Tiziani, his brother-in-law, all played on the PGA Tour. His wife, Nicki, and he have two twins. Nicki also serves as her husband’s caddie.

Is Steve Stricker Gay?

No, he is not gay.

Professional Career

In 1990, Stricker turned pro and started his career on the Canadian Professional Golf Circuit, where he won two tournaments. Stricker first had success on the PGA Tour in 1996, when he won two tournaments (Kemper Open, Motorola Western Open) and finished in the top ten seven times on his way to finishing fourth on the 1996 PGA Tour money list.

In the final round of the PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club near Seattle in 1998, Stricker put himself in contention. Vijay Singh, a PGA Tour veteran, beat Stricker down the stretch thanks to a back-nine surge and won by two strokes.

Stricker’s second-place finish is his highest in a major championship to date. Stricker has six top-20 finishes at the US Open, the highest of which was a fifth-place finish at Pinehurst No. 2 in 1999.

In 2001, he claimed his third and most coveted PGA Tour title at the WGC Match Play Championship in Australia, defeating Pierre Fulke 2 and 1 for the $1,000,000 draw. The WGC Match Play Championship was contested for the first and only time outside of the United States.

In 2004, Stricker’s tour card was revoked. He managed seven top-ten finishes at the age of 39 in 2006, depending on sponsor exemptions, and was named the tour’s Comeback Player of the Year.

He claimed his fourth PGA Tour title on August 26, 2007, at The Barclays, breaking an 11-year win drought on American soil, though he had previously won in Australia in 2001. As a result of his performances, he was named to the Presidents Cup squad in 2007.

Stricker rose to No. 4 in the Official World Golf Ranking after winning The Barclays, the first of four FedEx Cup playoff tournaments. It was his highest career ranking at the time. Stricker finished second in the 2007 FedEx Cup Playoffs, behind Tiger Woods, and was named Comeback Player of the Year for the second time.

In 2007, he was also inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Wisconsin State Golf Association. Stricker lost in a play-off to Daniel Chopra at the Mercedes Benz Championship, the season’s first race. This result propelled Stricker to No. 3 in the Official World Golf Ranking, his highest position to that point.

Stricker claimed his fifth PGA Tour championship at Colonial in Texas in late May 2009, defeating Tim Clark and Steve Marino in a playoff. A 60-foot (18-meter) chip-in on the 71st hole helped him score.

He won the John Deere Classic in Silvis, Illinois in July. The field was forced to play 36 holes on Sunday after the second round was rained out on Friday. Stricker won by three shots over runners-up Zach Johnson, Brandt Snedeker, and Brett Quigley after an afternoon round of 64 that included a hole-out wedge shot for eagle on the 6th hole.


Steve Stricker has won a number of games and tournaments in his golfing career. Here are some of the awards he has won during his career:

  1. S. Open in 1998 and 1999.
  2. PGA Tour Comeback Player of the Year in 2006.
  3. Payne Stewart Award in 2007.
  4. Byron Nelson Award in 2012.

Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Steve Stricker in 2023

Steve Stricker Net Worth
Steve Stricker Net Worth

As of 2023, Steve Stricker currently has an estimated net worth of $25 Million.

Some Interesting Facts You Need To Know

  • For the 2021 Ryder Cup matches, Stricker will captain the United States, which will be held at Whistling Straits in his home state of Wisconsin.

Steve Stricker is an amazing golfer who has achieved a lot of success over the course of his career. He is certainly one of the best players in the history of the sport and we look forward to more of his performances.


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