Steve Stricker eyes semi-retirement

After a long year, and more importantly just a month away from the beginning of another season, golfer Steve Stricker has posed a question which appeared out of place for a player who has more than US$ 25 million in PGA Tour earnings in the last 6 years. Recently he asked ‘what if’ he goes to Kapalua to defend his title and does not play again for the rest of the season.

Next month, Steve Stricker will turn forty six and it seems that he intends to move into semi retirement. When Steve leaves Kapalua course, he will not come back again till the Match Play Championship at the end of February. Continue reading “Steve Stricker eyes semi-retirement”

Steve Stricker ready for Kapalua

Steve Stricker, a twelve PGA Tour winner, is quite used to beginning the season at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions that happens at Kapalua Plantation Course. Stricker is the defending champion. He along with his family is ready to go to Maui in few days.

With a change in opening date for 2013 tour schedule date – 6 tournaments will happen before Kapalua’s turn on the calendar; January’s tournament in Maui will be the very last time as the opener. Steve told that it would be a bit different.

On Tuesday, Steve told that he really have no idea what to expect. All are entering into a period when they would start the 2014 season in 2013. Kapalua event would come after 6 tournaments during fall that counts towards the season.

Steve and his family will be on Maui with big smiles. He told that they were very excited to come and start the season. He added that it is really great when people come to Hawaii and start the season. His wife and kids have been speaking about this tour and amounting the days when they would reach here. He added that the impression of being the last opener will not be the same.

The American pro stated that the event will be interesting. It seems that this year they would have a great field. He is now kind of waiting and seeing how everything would play out and how everything would affect everyone’s schedule.