Star Journeyman Rickie Fowler Pledges Allegiance to PGA Tour

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Rickie Fowler and Bryson DeChambeau on the 16th tee during the second round of the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park on Aug 7, 2020 in San Francisco, CA. (Photo by Ezra Shaw via Getty Images)

In 15 years on the PGA Tour, Rickie Fowler has won just six times. He’s never won a major. At 35, he’s a superstar with journeyman’s resume.

Fowler recently parted ways with longtime sponsors Farmers Insurance and Rocket Mortgage which some took as a sign he was prepping to leave for the LIV Golf league.

Ahead of The Sentry, Fowler assured his fans that he has “zero plans” to leave for LIV Golf.

“Seeing how much work the guys on the (PGA Tour policy) board, especially being around (Patrick) Cantlay during the offseason a little bit and leading up to this event, I’ve never seen a person be on the phone so much,” said Fowler said.

“These guys are pouring a lot of time and effort into it. I was on the PAC last year but have tried to stay out of the way because the guys that are in there, I trust. With Jordan (Spieth), Cantlay, Tiger (Woods) and the other guys, I’ve just trusted that we’re all going to end up in a good spot and I have zero plans to go anywhere.”

Fowler finished solo 56th in a field of 59 players at The Sentry, signing for a four-day total of 10-under 282.



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