Steve Stricker is a well-known American golfer who completes PGA tours. He is known to be a winner of 12 PGA tours, including the WGC-Match Play Tournament and FedEx Cup playoff events.
Steve Stricker was in the top-10 of the Overworld Golf Ranking, ending at No. 2 in September 2009. He also helped the US in the Ryder Cup in 2021at Whistling Straits in his home state of Wisconsin.
Steve Stricker Health Status Update
Steve Stricker is said to have a mystery illness in the news that was published on January 7, 2022, after helping the US to a Ryder Cup success, Steve spent weeks in the hospital. He considers himself lucky after suffering from an unidentified ailment, as per the news.
His illness made him loss more than twenty-five pounds due to Injury but has made significant progress since November. The hospital discharged Steve after spending eleven days in special care.
Steve was discharged but his health condition got even worse after three days of returning home. The doctors are still unsure about his illness and didn’t know how he got it during the time of the Ryder Cup.
Steve Stricker went through many medical diagnoses to know what exactly happened. His health issues are yet to be solved.
Steve stated that it all started with a severe cough and dry mouth and escalated to a much more terrible disease in a matter of days.
Steve returned to his doctor and was prescribed medicine. He assumed he had an adverse response to the medicines (amoxicillin, a heavier antibiotic).
He is now doing relatively better than before. He confirmed that he wouldn’t be back at the golf court for at least six months during treatment.
Steve Stricker Relationship Status Update
Steve Stricker and Nicki Stricker are happily married. His wife is a well-known instructor on the PGA Tour Champions.
Steve and Nicki got married back in 1993 and are blessed with two kids, Bobbi Maria Sticker and Izzi Stricker.
Nicki Stricker is a former University of Wisconsin golfer who had played golf for her husband on several occasions since 1994, when he first appeared on the PGA Tour.
He remained in the job until 1997, collecting accolades in 1996 before stepping away in 1998 to give birth to their daughter, Bobbi.