GRAND BLANC, Mich. — Steve Stricker received The Ally Problem on Sunday at Warwick Hills for his second PGA Tour Champions victory of the season and ninth total.
The 55-year-old Stricker closed with a 5-under 67 — rebounding from a bogey on the twelfth with 4 straight birdies — for a one-stroke victory over Brett Quigley.
“I did not play that effectively early on and I advised [wife/caddie] Nicki, I am like, `We have simply acquired to be affected person and simply hold plugging alongside,'” Stricker stated. “It was a bit of bit totally different day, it was windy, it was a bit of bit more durable, I assumed.
“Then I had that stretch of 4 holes the place I made 4 in a row and that was the distinction. I simply saved plugging.”
Stricker received after fellow Madison, Wisconsin, participant Jerry Kelly helped him along with his placing.
“It is about time he helps me,” Stricker stated. “You understand, I assist him on a regular basis. No, severely, him and Nicki acquired me on the placing inexperienced after the primary spherical. I did not putt excellent the primary spherical they usually seen a pair issues. Jerry acquired proper in there, he helped me. He is aware of my placing stroke as a lot as I do know his, so we assist one another and he got here by way of for me this time. I owe him this one as a result of swiftly it clicked and I used to be off and operating.”
Stricker additionally received the key Areas Custom in Might in Alabama.
Quigley completed with a 68.
Jeff Maggert was third at 13 underneath after a 65.
Second-round chief Scott Dunlap (71) and Padraig Harrington (66) tied for fourth at 12 underneath. Harrington received the Dick’s Sporting Items Open final week in upstate New York.