What is Rickie Fowler’s net worth in 2022?


33 Years Ricky Fowler has been plying his trade on the PGA Tour for over a decade. After attending the player’s reunion at the BMW Championship alongside Tiger Woods, Fowler garnered immense support and fanfare from golf fans. But how much has Fowler’s net worth added in what has been a crazy year for golf? Let’s dive deeper to find out more.


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Rickie Fowler’s net worth in 2022


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Since October 2022, Fowler has been comfortably seated on a net value of $40 million. His main source of income comes from his lifetime earnings on the PGA Tour.

His most productive year came in 2016 when he claimed over $6 million in prize money earnings. This remains Fowler’s best season in terms of performance – he won the HSBC Abu Dhabi Golf Championship that year in addition to reaching his highest position of 4th in the World Golf Rankings.

During his career, Fowler has won three PGA Tour events, including the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship, 2015 Players Championship, 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship, 2017 Honda Classic and 2019 Phoenix Open.

Although he spent considerable time on his home tour, Fowler also ventured into foreign countries. He holds a few wins at the Scottish Open and the Abu Dhabi Championship mentioned above. He also triumphed at the Kolon Korean Open and the Hero World Challenge in 2011 and 2017, respectively.

Fowler’s family history

Rickie ‘Yutaka’ Fowler was born on December 13, 1988 in California to Rodd and Lynn Fowler. Fowler senior was a former competitive dirt bike racer who won the 1986 Baja 1000 race for a Yamaha team. Unfortunately, an accident forced him to give up bike racing, but he learned golf from his grandfather, which he passed on to his son Rickie.

Rickie Fowler of the United States holds his trophy after winning the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship January 24, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

The young prodigy would soon be tearing up the junior golf circuits. He attended Oklahoma State University and won the Walker Cup with Team USA. Fowler also won the Sunnehanna Amateur twice and the Players Amateur, for which he received the prestigious Ben Hogan Award, which proclaimed him the top college golfer in the nation. It was a defining moment for him, one that put the young golfer in the spotlight and raised the stakes for his future.

Interestingly, his middle name derives from his maternal grandfather, who is Japanese. Fowler also has roots in Native America – her maternal grandmother is a Native American Navajo.

Fowler’s Extended Mentions

Besides his PGA Tour winnings, Fowler has created a unique impression of himself on a relatively simple and traditional game. In his early days, Fowler used his style to make a statement, which has since prompted a slew of sponsors to vie for his contract.


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Some of his endorsement deals include companies such as Puma, Rolex, Titleist, and TaylorMade. He also owns a residence in Jupiter, Florida, where he owns a four-bedroom, 4,600-square-foot mansion worth $2.85 million. Fowler also invested in another property in Florida for a staggering $14 million in 2016.

While Rickie has already achieved so much in his career, the only thing missing from his closet is a Major Championship title. Still only 33, fans are hoping a refusal from LIV Golf will strengthen the golfer’s resolve to clinch his first major trophy in the years to come.


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