Rickie Fowler ranked 92nd in the Official World Golf Ranking for this season, has not finished in the top 20 in 2022,
and has missed the cut in eight of the 18 tournaments he has played this season. way down to #173.
A fan favorite despite his shaky game, the 33-year-old hasn't won on the PGA Tour since February 2019 and hasn't shown the form that has catapulted him to stardom for years.
After Fowler failed to qualify for the second round of the FedEx Cup playoffs last week St. Jude is not competing in the BMW Championship this week
something he has in common with all the LIV Golf Series renegades who have been banned. from PGA Tour events.
Fowler, whose wife Allison Stokke welcomed their first child in November, would certainly appear to be a prime candidate to join LIV Golf and secure a big payday based
more on popularity than play. And with LIV Golf expected to announce five new signings, including British Open champion
and world No. 2 Cameron Smith after the FedEx Cup playoffs, it's possible Fowler has already made up his mind to make the jump.