Steve Stricker needs our help. Don’t worry, he’s not sick or anything. He just needs a partner for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the PGA Tour’s lone team event that takes place in late April.

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And Stricker has the ideal running mate in mind. But it will take a well-run campaign that we’d be happy to help with.

Tiger and Stricker in NOLA. Who says no? 

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Well, for starters, proably Tiger Woods himself, who we likely will see next at Augusta National and then who knows after that. But hey, if he’s looking for tournament reps in a relatively low-key environment like the Zurich Classic, it actually could be a great addition to his schedule. Plus, Stricker is one of his best buds. It makes too much sense. Tiger-Stricker 2024. 

The former Ryder Cup-winning captain was our guest on this week’s episode of The Loop podcast, and between his buddy Big Cat, the return of Anthony Kim, Stricker’s former Ryder Cup teammate, and his dominant run on the PGA Tour Champions, there was plenty to discuss. Stricker joined us on behalf of GRAIL, the makers of the Galleri test, which is a simple blood draw that screens for a “fingerprint” of some of the deadliest cancers before they become symptomatic. The Galleri test is prescription only and recommended for people 50 years of age and older. Learn more at 

Please, have a listen to our full interview with Stricker below. Plus, Joaquin Niemann’s latest complaint and picks for the Arnold Palmer Invitational. 

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