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Rickie Fowler Helping Area Family To Rebuild Home

Rickie Fowler the Professional golfer took some time out of his busy practice schedule for Houston Open of 2018 to help a family of Houston to rebuild their home. Houston was damaged by the Hurricane Harvey and Fowler helped those who lost their houses in the hurricane.

Fowler, who the No. 1 golfer player in the world, will take part in the Houston Open which will start in the Fall Creek area at the Golf Clubs of Houston this weekend.



Golf’s ‘Boy Wonder’ Rickie Fowler has not had the best of starts to his 2012 OGA Tour campaign. The only time, perhaps that he was found swinging the golf club was when he was seen on television driving at some stray oranges with his Cobra driver. Having had a stellar collegiate golfing career and having been the number one ranked amateur in the world for about 36 weeks between the summer of 2007 and 2008, Fowler has not been seen performing anywhere near his best, or as people say at the level he can perform considering his potential.

He was even the Big 12 Player of the Year in 2008, the same year in which he finished tied for fourth position in the NCAA Championships. He put together such powerful displays that he was even awarded the Phil Mickelson Award, which is given out to the top freshman in golf in the United States of America. Rickie Fowler also became the first freshman in the history of the Ben Hogan Award to be given the prize, which is recognized as an award given to the top collegiate golfer in the country.

But the question that arises here is what has happened to such a promising young player when his contemporaries like Rory McIlroy are ruling the world of golf from the top of the OWGR rankings? Pessimists will say that he was the victim of bad marketing from his agents and advisors when they made him attend more television commercials that golfing events, which undoubtedly raises the question regarding the credibility of agents in sports.

But we can also contradict it by asking what happens to the spirit to success in players like Rickie Fowler in the face of agent demands? This is perhaps one answer that we will never have an answer to.



Golfer Rickie Fowler got the thirteenth spot at the Farmers Insurance Open, but the count of his fans did not go down even after an abortive end at Torrey Pines.

The twenty-three year old American golfer is very popular because of his looks on the golf course. He has long hair and wears nice outfits. In the past, he was a dirt bike racer. His fans really love him for what he is and more than that, Fowler is an attention grabbing personality. This year, he is trying to win his very first Professional Golf Association Tour title because his personality is not enough to be in the news for all the time.

Anyone can grab the eye balls because if his fashion sense but as far as the glory of sport is concerned, one cannot get it overnight. Keeping that in mind, the American golfer is working very hard to garner some honor and respect, but he is confronting a tough competition.

He turned professional in the year 2009 and since then he did not win a professional golf event except a OneAsian Tour event Kolon Korea Open last season. He defeated Rory McIlroy who is currently holding the second spot in world golf rankings.

In 2005, he grabbed many amateur championship titles – Western Junior and in 2007, he won Players Amateur. In the year 2008 and 2009, he also won the Big Twelve Championship and won the Sunnehanna Amateur two times.
He made his 2012 PGA season at the Farmers Insurance Open, where he ended by scoring a 9-under par and 279 strokes in total. His fans wanted to see him in the top ten, but more than that he and his fans enjoyed his performance. He told that it was really fun for him.