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Rickie Fowler Net Worth

Rickie Fowler Net Worth
Net Worth$18,000,000
Full NameRick Yutaka Fowler
Date of Birth/AgeDecember 13, 1988 (age 30)
Source of wealthProfessional Golfer
Country of originU.S
State/City of originMurrieta, California
Last Updated2019

What is Rickie Fowler’s Net Worth?

Rickie Fowler’s net worth is $18 million.

How Did Rickie Fowler Make His Money?

Fowler is a professional golfer. Fowler is currently ranked 10th in the world among professional golfers. He also has endorsement deals with Puma, Titleist, and Rolex.

Fowler has won several national and international tournaments and represented the U.S. in the 2016 Summer Olympics. He joined the Professional Golf Association (PGA) Tour in 2010.

In addition to his skills as a golfer, Fowler regularly attracts attention for his colorful and stylish golf clothing. He picks a different theme and color palette each season. He is fond of wearing brightly-colored belts and pants. He once said that he travels with 10 belts and 10 pairs of shoes.


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PGA Victories

  • 2015 PLAYERS and Deutsche Bank Championships.
  • 2017 Honda Classic.
  • 2019 Waste Management Phoenix Open.

International Victories

  • 2011 Korea Open for OneAsia.
  • 2015 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
  • 2016 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.

Career Highlights

  • 2015 and 2017 President’s Cup.
  • 2016 World Cup.
  • 2010, 2014, 2016 and 2018 Ryder Cup.
  • 2016 Summer Olympics.
  • 2007 and 2009 Walker Cup.

Amateur Wins

  • 2005 Western Junior.
  • 2007 Sunnehanna Amateur, Players Amateur.
  • 2008 Sunnehanna Amateur, Big 12 Championship.


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In 2018, Fowler announced that he and Allison Stokke were engaged. Stokke is a championship pole vaulter and a fitness model. She caddied for Fowler during a recent PGA competition.


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Rickie Fowler Early Life

Fowler began playing golf when he was three years old. His grandfather was a golfer and would often bring Rickie along when he went to the course or the driving range.

Fowler never took lessons and is entirely self-taught. He has said that his grandfather’s encouragement and advice were the only training he needed.

He has said that although his family did not have much money, his parents always encouraged his pursuit and made sure that he could get time on the local golf courses.


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Fowler attended Murrietta Valley High School. During his high school years, he played at a public course in Murrietta. By the time he graduated, he held the course record of 62.

While he was in school, he also won the Southwest League final with a score of 64–69=133. After graduating, he enrolled at Oklahoma State University. He joined the golf team there and played at the 2007 Fighting Illini Invitational at the University of Illinois. He won the tournament by one stroke.

Rickie Fowler net worth reached $18,000,000.

In 2006, Fowler scored 137 at the U.S. Junior Amateur but was knocked out in the second round by Philip Francis. In 2007, he was on the U.S. Walker Cup team that won the championship that year. He scored 2-0 in foursomes and 1-1 in singles in that tournament. He also won the Sunnehanna Amateur and the Players Amateur that year.


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Walker Cup Win

In 2009, Fowler played in the Walker Cup again and won all of his matches.

In 2010, Fowler beat Rory McIllroy to claim the Rookie of the Year title. The following year, he tied for fifth place at the Royal St. George’s Open Championship.

Fowler’s string of wins continued. He tied for second at the Bridgestone Invitational with a score that gave him a ranking of 28 in the world.

Professional Career

After his victory at the Walker Cup in 2009, Fowler announced that he was turning professional. That same year, he signed an endorsement deal with Titleist.

In 2010, Fowler was given his PGA Tour card. Fowler’s first PGA Tour event was the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open where he tied for seventh place.

His second was at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he scored a hole-in-one and tied for second. Fowler’s score in that tournament was 18 under par.

More Wins

After that, the wins kept on coming. In 2012, Fowler defeated Rory McIlroy to win his first PGA Tour competition. In 2013, he came in second at the Australian PGA Championship.

In 2014, he became only one of three players, along with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, to finish in the top five in all four majors in one year,

In 2015, Fowler won the Players Championship, the Aberdeen Asset Management Open and the DeutscheBank Competition, the second in the FedEx Cup Playoffs event. This gave him three PGA wins in one year.


In 2016, Fowler represented the U.S. at the Olympics. He placed 37th overall.

In 2017, a win at the Honda Classic moved Fowler’s ranking to number 10 in the world. He closed out the year with seven top-five finishes at major championships.

In 2018, Fowler became the 27th golfer to earn $30,000,000 from PGA Tour wins.

In 2019, Fowler won the Honda Classic. He also signed an endorsement deal with TaylorMade gloves and clubs.

Golf Boys

Fowler joined fellow golfers Ben Crane, Hunter Mahan, and Bubba Watson to form the “Golf Boys” musical group to raise money for charity. The group has written and performed several songs that that feature the three of them singing, dancing and showing off their moves.

In 2011, the Golf Boys released their first YouTube video, the song “Oh, Oh, Oh.” Farmers Insurance has a contract with the Golf Boys to donate $1,000 for every 1000,000 views the video gets.

The money raised goes to various organizations selected by both Farmers and the golfers themselves.

Commercial and TV Appearances

In 2012, Fowler starred in a commercial for Crowne Plaza Hotels. The commercial also featured golf analyst Baker Finch and used the tagline, “It’s good to be Rickie.”

In 2013, he was the key figure in a commercial for ESPN’s SportsCenter. The commercial also starred John Anderson.

In 2015, Fowler was chosen as the “guest picker” on ESPN’s College Game Day. His job was to pick the winners of the day’s college football games.


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Personal Life

Fowler as raised in a Christian home. While he’s on tour, he attends weekly Bible readings.

Fowler is a well-known lover of cars. He has an impressive collection that includes a Mercedes AMG GTS, a Porsche FT3 RS and a Nissan GT-R. Recently, he expanded his collection with a vintage-styled Mini Cooper S, a Mercedes-Benz CLS 63 and a Mitsubishi Evo X.

Fowler is an avid motocross fan and competed in motocross events as a teenager. He decided to focus on golf when it became clear that he had a real talent for the sport.


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Favorite Quotes From Rickie Fowler

“I’d love to have a lasting impact as far as the game. It would be cool to be remembered as a major champion. I’d like to be remembered as a great golfer but also a great person, as far as growing the game and charity work. I’d like to be the whole, well-rounded athlete.”

“Mom always got me to golf and the driving range while Dad was working. She also kept me quiet and humble. Both of them taught me to let my golf do the talking.”

“I don’t want to be just known for the way I dress. I want to be known for how I play, how I treat people and how I am as a role model. I don’t want people to just say, ‘Oh, he dresses cool,’ or ‘He dresses crazy.’ You’re going to have lovers and haters. I want my golf game to be the main thing.”


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Rickie Fowler Success Tips

  1. “I don’t want to live life too cautiously. I mean, you could step off a curb and twist your ankle.”
  2. “Over time, my caddie and I figured out that I play better when I keep it simple. Think about the distance you want the ball to fly and only that number.”