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Rickie Fowler
Jupiter, Fla.

Height: 5 ft., 9 in. Weight: 150 Turned Pro: 2009

College: Oklahoma State DOB: 12/13/1988

Bio: Recorded his first PGA Tour victory at the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship, which was his 72nd career event. Won his first tournament as a professional at the 2011 Kolon Korea Open on the OneAsia Tour. Won PGA Tour Rookie of the Year honors in 2010, beating out Rory McIlroy. Captain's pick for the 2010 United States Ryder Cup team. Two-time All-America at Oklahoma State. Won Ben Hogan Award and Phil Mickelson Award as a freshman. Was unbeaten in four matches and helped the United States defeat Great Britain at the 2009 Walker Cup. Was the top-ranked amateur golfer in the world for 36 weeks in 2007 and 2008. Youngest player on victorious 2007 U.S. Walker Cup team. First-team AJGA All-America in 2005 and 2006. Born in Murrieta , Calif. His younger sister, Taylor, attends Cal State-Fullerton, where she is on the golf team. Started playing golf at age 3. Is one of four members of the "Golf Boys" along with golfers Bubba Watson, Ben Crane and Hunter Mahan. (Bio information from Golfweek research and

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Rickie Fowler Stories
Oct. 12 - 2:57
McIlroy stays Irish Open host, reportedly seeking Tiger Woods for 2016

Oct. 11 - 2:53
Kaufmann: Presidents Cup finally feels relevant again

Oct. 11 - 7:39
Despite another International loss, reformed Presidents Cup generates drama

Oct. 10 - 6:28
Presidents Cup: Predictions for Sunday singles

Oct. 10 - 9:38
Internationals face uphill battle with shaky Sunday singles lineup

Oct. 10 - 12:40
Spieth's clutch putting keeps Americans in lead at Presidents Cup

Oct. 09 - 4:25
Presidents Cup: Predictions for Saturday foursomes

Oct. 09 - 7:48
Presidents Cup momentum lies with Internationals entering crucial Day 3

Oct. 09 - 6:57
Internationals show heart with Friday Presidents Cup comeback

Oct. 08 - 3:25
Presidents Cup: Predictions for Friday four-ball session

Oct. 08 - 8:11
Presidents Cup: Friday four-ball preview, pairings

Oct. 08 - 7:47
Americans dominate foursomes, roll to 4-1 lead in Presidents Cup

Oct. 07 - 7:51
Presidents Cup: Predictions for Thursday foursomes

Oct. 07 - 12:51
2015 Presidents Cup leaderboard: U.S. wins 15.5-14.5

Oct. 06 - 11:57
Presidents Cup pairings, tee times: Thursday foursomes

Oct. 06 - 2:08
Trend suggests FedEx Cup encourages top players to play more

Oct. 06 - 12:40
Record earnings on PGA Tour: Six players win $5 million-plus

Oct. 06 - 10:30
Mickelson offers uncomplicated theory on U.S. success in Presidents Cup

Oct. 03 - 12:43
Rory McIlroy has 'a sense of hunger again' thanks to rivals Spieth and Day

Oct. 02 - 11:02
Jordan Spieth wins 2014-15 PGA Tour Player of the Year

Rickie Fowler Galleries
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PHOTOS: PGA Championship, Wednesday

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PHOTOS: U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, Tuesday

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PHOTOS: Fowler channels Stewart at 2014 U.S. Open

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PHOTOS: Open Championship, Fashion (Rd. 2)

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PHOTOS: #Dufnering takes Twitter by storm

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Rickie Fowler: 2012 in Pictures

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2012 Open Championship: Tuesday, in pictures

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2012 Masters: Rickie & Lexi play skee golf

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2011 Arnold Palmer Invitational (2nd round)

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Farmers Insurance Open: Round 1

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Rickie Fowler in photos

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PGA Tour Q-School (Final Round)

Rickie Fowler Videos
VIDEO: Rickie Fowler does SportsCenter commercial

VIDEO: Rickie Fowler The Faas Lite and Faas Lite Mesh

Video: Check out Tiger's swing at Tavistock Cup

Golf Boys 2.0: Second music video released

Rickie Fowler’s Video Blog: Episode 3

Rickie Fowler’s Video Blog: Episode 2

Rickie Fowler’s Video Blog: Episode 1

Fowler, Lovemark talk PGA Tour life

The Look: Presidents Cup Fashion

Walker Cup: American victory lap

Off Campus: No. 1 Heads Down A Floor