- Birth Name Rick Yutaka Fowler
- Birth Place Murrieta, California
- Famous Name Rickie Fowler
- Father Rod Fowler
- Mother Lynn Fowler
- Net Worth $20 million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Married N/A
- Divorce N/A
- Affair with Allison Stokke
- Girlfriend Allison Stokke
Rick Yutaka Fowler, famously known as Rickie Fowler, is an American by her nationality who plays in the PGA Tour. He turned professional in the year 2009 where he played the Albertsons Boise Open on the Nationwide Tour. His first PGA Tour win was the Wells Fargo Championship in 2012 in Charlotte. After 3 long years, he handed his second PGA Tour win at The Players Championship in May 2015.
He was ranked number one amateur golfer in the world for 36 weeks in 2007 and 2008. Till the date, he has claimed 5 Amateur wins, 1 OneAsia Tour win, and 2 European Tour. As of 2019, he has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Rickie Fowler Net worth and Earnings; What are his Endorsement Deals?
Rickie Fowler with a net worth of almost $20 million in 2021, including all of his properties and incomes.
Fowler has earned $37,171,688 on the tour and he’s just 30-years old. Forbes listed Fowler as being the No. 7 highest-golfer on the PGA tour with total earnings of $17.3 million and endorsement deals totaling $10 million in 2015. But his hard work and recent success raised him over that mark.
Fowler purchased a multi-million dollar home in Jupiter, Florida in 2016. The real estate value of his multi-million dollar home is $14 million. He owns several cars like Mercedes, Nissan, Porche, 1966 Mini Cooper, Mitsubishi.
Standing 5 ft. 9 in with a weight of 68 kg, this golfer is also actively involved in charity work. He established the Rickie Fowler Foundation to help the Japanese and Native American communities. This organization is basically focused on the children and youth’s sports and education. He has also featured in a YouTube music video for charity.
Rickie Fowler Relationship, Girlfriend, and Personal Life
Moving on to his personal life, Fowler is neither married nor divorced but is in a love relationship. He met his first love, Alexandra Browne through the famous golfer and also the father of his love, Olin Browne. They started their affair in 2010 but eventually broke up due to some reason.
Later in 2014, he started dating 24 years old Alexis Randock. His ex-girlfriend, Randock is also a swimsuit model. This couple has faced tons of controversies after their link-up. Fowler captured the headlines when his girlfriend was abused and called a “gold digger” on a social media site.
But he successfully made a strong argument for that comment and proved his love for Randock. The couple later ended their relationship in 2015.
Rickie Fowler further began dating his new girlfriend, Allison Stokke, a pole vaulter, and sportswear model in May 2017. The pair were first spotted on a date at the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas a few months ago. This high-profile golf couple might get married in the future but currently, they are busy making their relationship better.
Rickie Fowler Bio and Early Life
Born on December 13, 1988, in Murrieta, California, Fowler relocated from Las Vegas and currently resides in Jupiter, Florida. He is of partial Japanese descendent as his maternal family is Japanese.
The young and attractive golfer is almost entirely self-taught. He did his high schooling at Murrieta Valley high school where he won the SW League Final and led his team to the state final in 2007.
Professional Career of Rickie Fowler
After high school, he attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater where he became the first-ever freshman to win NCAA Player of the Year. Besides golf, Fowler is also passionate about motocross. Fowler had the first runner-up finish of his career on the Nationwide Tour in the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational losing in a playoff to Derek Lamely in 2009.
He turned professional in November 2009 and played the Albertsons Boise Open on the Nationwide Tour. He was runner-up with Erik Compton at −1, best finishes for both at a major, but they were eight strokes behind champion Martin Kaymer. Fowler gained his first win in over three years with a playoff victory at The Players Championship in May 2015.
In February 2017, Fowler went on to win The Honda Classic and also won the Hero World Challenge the next year. Recently in February 2019, he won the Waste Management Phoenix Open.