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Born: 1988-12-13, Murietta, Calif.
Nationality: USA
Height: 5' 9, Weight: 150lbs
Home: Jupiter, Fla.
College: Oklahoma State
Turned Pro: 2009
Joined PGA Tour: 2010
Official World Golf Ranking: 31
Notes: Fowler, who shares a passion for dirt-bike racing with his father, Rod, gave up the sport after an accident prior to his freshman year in high school that resulted in a few broken bones in his foot. In 2015, he enjoyed the biggest win of his career when he defeated Kevin Kisner in a playoff at The Players Championship. His passion for golf took root when he was 3, and it's still growing. At the 2007 Walker Cup in Northern Ireland, for example, he posted a 3-1 record as t...

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Rickie Fowler

Fowler, who shares a passion for dirt-bike racing with his father, Rod, gave up the sport after an accident prior to his freshman year in high school that resulted in a few broken bones in his foot. In 2015, he enjoyed the biggest win of his career when he defeated Kevin Kisner in a playoff at The Players Championship.
His passion for golf took root when he was 3, and it's still growing. At the 2007 Walker Cup in Northern Ireland, for example, he posted a 3-1 record as the youngest player on the winning USA team. At the 2009 Walker Cup, he went unbeaten in four matches and again led the USA to victory at Merion Golf Club.
He made the USA Ryder Cup Team as a rookie in 2010 and finished second twice that season.
Fowler enjoyed a successful career at Oklahoma State and typically wears all orange on Sundays as a tribute to his alma mater. He has played on four Ryder Cup Teams (2010, '14, '16 and '18) and one Presidents Cup Team (2015).
2009 Notes: As an amateur, Fowler lost in a playoff to Derek Lamely at the Tour's Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational. Fowler turned professional at the Albertsons Boise Open. In his first PGA Tour start as a professional, he finished T-7th at the Justin Timberlake. The next week, he lost in a playoff to Troy Matteson at the Open. Finished T-15th at PGA Tour Qualifying School, earning his card for 2010.
2010 Notes: Fowler enjoyed a stellar rookie season, with seven top-10 finishes, two runner-up finishes and a 32nd-place rank in the FedExCup standings, securing PGA Tour Rookie of the Year honors.
2011 Notes: Fowler won his first tournament as a professional, the Kolon Korea Open on the OneAsia Tour, when he rolled to a six-stroke victory over Rory McIlroy in October. He enjoyed his best finish at a major with a T-5th at the British Open at Royal St. George's and finished T-2nd at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
2012 Notes: During May, he finished T-10th at Zurich, made birdie at the first extra hole to defeat Rory McIlroy and D.A. Points at the Wells Fargo Championship for his first PGA Tour win, finished T-2nd at The Players Championship, and finished T-5th at Colonial. He was named May Player of the Month. Fowler played all four FedExCup Playoff events, finishing 28th, and was ranked 21st on the PGA Tour money list with earnings of $3,066,293.
2013 Notes: Earned a T-6th result in a Monday-start, Tuesday-finish event, the season-opening, 54-hole Hyundai Tournament of Champions. With the first round canceled on Friday and Saturday, and as the first player off the tee, he hit three "opening" shots of the season. Three weeks later, he followed an opening-round, five-over-par 77 with a second-round seven-under-par 65 at the Farmers Insurance Open, claiming a T-6th finish. His 77 was the highest first-round score of any player to make the 36-hole cut. Fowler finished T-3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, his best finish of the year, while playing in the final group with eventual champion Tiger Woods. He shot a final-round 73 to finish five shots behind Woods. He placed T-10th at the U.S. Open for his second major championship career top-10 result (T-5th at the 2011 British Open). Fowler finished the year 38th in the FedExCup race and 40th on the money list.
2014 Notes: Lost in the semifinals to the eventual winner, Jason Day, at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, 3 and 2, but took 3rd place with a 19-hole win over Ernie Els. He also finished 6th at the Shell Houston Open and T-5th at the Masters, shooting a final-round 73. He was runner-up at the U.S. Open and finished T-2nd at the British Open. His work with Butch Harmon had improved his play in the majors, resulting in top-5 finishes in each event in 2014. He was the first player to achieve the feat since Tiger Woods in 2005. Fowler played in all four FedExCup Playoffs, finishing in the top-10 in three of them. His best finish was T-4th at the BMW Championship. He finished ninth in the FedExCup standings and eighth on the money list. In the Ryder Cup, Fowler went 0-2-3 in his five matches as the U.S. lost to Europe.
2015 Notes: Fowler started the year with a T-3rd at the WGC-HSBC Champions and finished T-6th the following month at the Hero World Challenge. He had his biggest moment in golf to date, defeating Kevin Kisner and Sergio Garcia in a three-hole playoff at The Players Championship. Two months later, he shot 66-68 on the weekend to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, birdieing the 72nd hole to edge Matt Kuchar by a shot. After finishing T-30th at the British Open, was 2nd at Quicken Loans, three behind winner Troy Merritt, then T-10th at the WGC-Bridgestone. Won the Deutsche Bank Championship by a shot over Henrik Stenson and finished T-4th at the BMW Championship and T-12th at the Tour Championship. Ended the year 4th in the FedExCup standings and on the money list. Played for the first time in the Presidents Cup, where he went 1-3-0.
2016 Notes: Despite battling a head cold during the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Fowler closed with a six-under 67 to finish 5th, 10 shots behind Jordan Spieth. Two weeks later, he held off final-round charges from Thomas Pieters, Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson to win the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, his second European Tour title. After another two weeks, he shot a final-round 67 to force a sudden-death playoff with Hideki Matsuyama. At the fourth extra hole, Fowler found the water hazard off the tee and Matsuyama won with a par. In his next start, Fowler finished T-6th at the Honda Classic, and a week later, T-8th at the WGC-Cadillac. His next top-10 result was a T-10th at the Shell Houston Open, but at the Masters, he missed the cut. At the Wells Fargo Championship, he led by one shot going into the final round, but carded a 74 and finished T-4th. The next week in his title defense at The Players, he missed the cut. Was T-10th at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. His eighth and final top-10 of the year came with a T-7th performance at The Barclays. He was 22nd in the FedExCup standings going into the BMW Championship. Finished 59th, but a bogey at the 71st hole (17) cost him a trip to the Tour Championship. He dropped to 31st in the FedExCup standings, missing the 30th spot by a half-point. Represented the United States at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, finishing T-37th in the 60-player field. At his third Ryder Cup appearance, went 2-1 in his three matches in the United States' 17-11 victory over Europe at Hazeltine. Capped the week with a 1-up singles victory over Olympic gold medalist Justin Rose. Finished T-2nd at the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf with Jimmy Walker at Kingston Heath Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia, in late November.
2017 Notes: Started the year shooting a first-round 65 and earning a T-6th result at the WGC-HSBC Champions. He finished T-3rd at the Hero World Challenge and T-4th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Entered the final round of the Honda Classic with a four-shot lead. Despite bogeys at the 71st and 72nd holes, he shot 71 to win the tournament by four shots. It was his first win since the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship. At the Shell Houston Open, finished T-3rd, four shots behind winner Russell Henley. Was T-11th at the Masters and runner-up at The Memorial, finishing three shots behind winner Jason Dufner. Shot a first-round 65 to lead at the U.S. Open and followed with rounds of 73-68-72 to finish T-5th. At the Quicken Loans National, he shot 68-65 on the weekend to move up the leaderboard and finish T-3rd. In Europe, he finished T-9th at the Scottish Open. Ended the WGC-Bridgestone with rounds of 67-66 to shoot up the leaderboard and finish 9th. The next week at the PGA Championship, was in contention the first two rounds but dropped back with a 73. Shot 67 in the final round to finish T-5th. Played well in the FedExCup Playoffs, finishing T-2nd at the BMW Championship, four shots behind winner Marc Leishman. Finished 7th in the FedExCup standings, the third of the last four years he had finished inside the top-10 in the final standings. Played in his second consecutive Presidents Cup, where he posted a 3-0-1 record.
2018 Notes: Played 20 PGA Tour events, making 17 cuts with six top-10 finishes. Was 17th in the Race to Dubai. Started his year with a runner-up finish at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. He birdied two of his last three holes to finish one shot behind Patton Kizzire. In his next start at the Hero World Challenge, started the final round seven shots back and with a personal best 11-under-par 61 (also a tournament record) won the event by four shots over Charley Hoffman. For the week, made 30 birdies, which were a personal best. In his next start at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, Fowler finished T-4th, four shots behind winner Dustin Johnson. After that, he missed the cut at the Farmers and Honda. At the Waste Management Phoenix Open, he started the final round just one shot back, but with a closing round of 73, finished T-11th, six shots behind winner Gary Woodland. Took 2nd place at the Masters, 1 shot behind Patrick Reed, for his best result at the tournament. For the first time in eight starts at Augusta National, Fowler recorded four par-or-better rounds (70-72-65-67). Earned his third runner-up in a major (2nd/2018 Masters Tournament, T-2nd/2014 British Open, T-2nd/2014 U.S. Open) and third top-five in the last five majors (2nd/2018 Masters Tournament, T-5th/2017 British Open, T-5th/2017 U.S. Open). Was T-8th at The Memorial and T-6th at the Aberdeen Standard Scottish Open. In the FedExCup Playoffs, he finished T-8th at the BMW Championship and T-7th at the Tour Championship. In his fourth Ryder Cup appearance, went 1-3-0, losing his singles match with Sergio Garcia, 2 and 1.
2019 Notes: In his first start of the season was T-4th at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Was T-5th in his title defense at the Hero World Challenge. A month after turning 30, he won the Waste Management Phoenix Open, his fifth PGA Tour title. Began the final round with a four-shot lead and had a double bogey and triple bogey before rallying to win. At the Honda Classic, he finished runner-up for the 14th time in his career, a shot behind winner Keith Mitchell. At the Masters shot 68-69 over the weekend to finish T-9th, 3 shots back of winner Tiger Woods. In his next start at the Wells Fargo Championship was T-4th.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 267, Cuts Made: 213 (80%), Top Tens: 82 (31%) , Rounds: 932, Scoring Avg: 70.23, Career Earnings: $41,929,229 - Best Finish: 1st (7 times)
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