Curtis Strange was one of the most dominating golfers throughout the decade of the 80s. Curtis Strange most recently served as a golf analyst for ABC and ESPN and is a frequent contributor to golf publications.
Curtis Strange has worked for the network as an analyst on several previous occasions, including ABC's Coverage of the British Open, Houston Open, Milwaukee Open, and Kapalua International Golf Tournament. He also joined ABC Sports in the booth as a guest commentator after completing play.
He is a winner of back-to-back U.S. Opens in 1988 and 1989, the first person to do so since Ben Hogan (1950, '51). His 1988 Open victory at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., came in a playoff against Nick Faldo. He captured the 1989 crown at Oak Hills in Rochester, New York.
Strange was a member of five Ryder Cup teams and was the Golf Writers Association of America's Player of the Year three times in 1985, 1987 and 1988.
Some of his previous PGA Tour wins include the 1988 Memorial Tournament, 1987 Federal Express-St. Jude Classic, Canadian Open, 1986 Houston Open, and the 1983 Sammy Davis, Jr.-Greater Hartford Open.
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