What is Rickie Fowler’s Net Worth?
Rickie Fowler’s net worth is $40 million as of August 2022.
Rickie Fowler, an American professional golfer, plays on the PGA Tour. For 36 weeks, he was the top-ranked amateur golfer worldwide in 2007 and 2008.
Rick Yutaka Fowler was born in Murrieta, California on the 13th of December 1988. Fowler is the son of Rod Fowler (owner of a trucking business) and Lynn Fowler.
Following in his father’s footsteps, he became a dirt racer. However, he was injured in high school and decided to learn golf from his grandfather.
Fowler made it professional in August 2009. He played in the Albertsons Boise Open of the Nationwide Tour. He finished second in the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational that month.
He was two shots behind the winner in November 2009 when he received another T2 finish at the Pebble Beach Invitational.
He was tied for second at July’s Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake, England, and tied for third at August’s PGA Championship.
Fowler won The Honda Classic on February 26, 2017. He also regained his place in the world’s top 10 rankings. With a tie for fifth in the 2017 U.S. Open, he secured his sixth top-5 finish at majors.
He finished 2018 T11 with three birdies in the third round Waste Management Phoenix Open. He also finished second at the Master’s Tournament with an average 72-hole score of -14.
These are the top highlights of Rickie’s career:
- Walker Cup: 2007 – 2009 (Won)
- Ryder Cup: 2010, 2014, 2016 (Won)
Three Life Lessons From Rickie Fowler
We now know all about Rickie’s net worth and how he became successful. Let’s look at the best lessons we can learn.
1. Have fun
You shouldn’t stop having fun, even as you grow up.
2. Growing up
You do grow up. Your ideals turn to dust and ashes. Then, they are broken into pieces. If you don’t have any other life, you can build it from these bits.
3. Do what’s right for you
Your life is not for others. Even if it hurts people you love, you have to do what is right for yourself.
Favorite Quotes From Rickie Fowler
As a child, I valued appearance and being well dressed. As I grew up I wanted to be the same, stand out, and do my own thing. This is where white belts and wearing different colors began. I was thrilled to sign with Puma. I normally travel with nine pairs and 10 belts.
I don’t want to be a ‘He looks cool’ or “He looks crazy”. You will have both lovers and haters. My golf game should be the main thing.