Steve Stricker Nearly Died; Recovering From Pericarditis (Heart Inflammation)

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker speaks to the media prior to the start of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits on Sept 20, 2021 in Kohler, WI. (Photo by Stacy Revere via Getty Images)

According to a report in Wisconsin.Golf, Steve Stricker nearly died from a “mysterious illness,” which appears to be pericarditis, an inflammation of the outer lining of the heart.

Reporter Gary D’Amato wrote, “What started as a bad cough and sore throat in late October morphed into something far worse, something that caused his white blood cell count to soar, his liver count to plummet and, scariest of all, inflammation around his heart, which jumped in and out of rhythm for weeks.”

Stricker was first admitted to the hospital in mid November, and described nothing less than a near-death experience.

“I went into the hospital about two weeks before Thanksgiving and they kept me in there. That’s when the sh*t hit the fan,” said Stricker to D’Amato.

“My liver numbers started getting worse. My white blood cell count was jacked up really high. I was fighting something, but they couldn’t find out what it was. My liver was going downhill. I got jaundice. I was yellow and peeing out Pepsi-colored pee.”

Over two months later, Stricker, who is reportedly vaccinated, is still unable to eat solid food and now requires several medications, including a blood thinner, and a beta blocker to manage his damaged heart.

The 54-year-old Wisconsin native told D’Amato, “I’m still on no activity. I’m still dealing with inflammation around the heart. That part is getting better, though, all the time. They took an MRI right before Christmas and it was still there, this inflammation, but it’s going down.”

The most serious side effects of COVID-19 vaccines are heart-related injuries including blood clots and heart inflammation (myocarditis and pericarditis).

According to the CDC: “Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis is inflammation of the outer lining of the heart. In both cases, the body’s immune system causes inflammation in response to an infection or some other trigger… Both myocarditis and pericarditis have the following symptoms: Chest pain; Shortness of breath; Feelings of having a fast-beating, fluttering, or pounding heart.”

Stricker, though, suspects the stress from the Ryder Cup may have contributed to his illness.

“I kind of have a feeling that (the Ryder Cup) could have had a part in it,” Stricker was quoted in the Wisconsin.Golf piece, “It’s a letdown, right, after that happens? And then your immune system is probably down. It probably played a role in it somehow.”

Stricker’s cardiologist has essentially placed the 12-time PGA Tour winner on IR, for at least six months.

Editor’s Note: We have confirmed that Steve Stricker was fully vaccinated.

Source: Wisconsin.Golf


  1. Those vaccines work wonders… if they were meant to weaken your immune system down to that of an AIDS patient.

    According to VAERS database, almost 400,000 Americans have died due to the vaccines. Another 20 million are suffering side effects. Of course if you try to report it you’ll be banned by the Marxist Democrat authoritarians on social media.

  2. It’s obvious the jab caused this, yet he still in denial, trying to blame the stress of the Ryder Cup. Our entire nation and the world is under a mass hysteria delusion perpetuated by our dishonest, corrupt media, government officials, and non elected heads of institutions. This is the biggest lie and crime ever forced on the American people and needs to be stopped immediately. Yet even an intelligent, good man like Striker is too afraid to speak the truth or speak out publicly because of the price he would pay. Meanwhile, the lie continues and thousands are dying and suffering permanent disabilities. Wake up!
  3. Nothing to do with stress Steve, everything to do with the jab.

    I am afraid any trust that you have in Big Pharma and your own Govt, is entirely misplaced.

    I wish you well.


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