What is US Open star Rickie Fowler’s net worth?

RICKIE FOWLER shares a 10-under par lead with Wyndham Clark after three rounds at the 2023 US Open.

The 34-year-old has his sights set on the first major championship of his career at the Los Angeles Country Club.

Rickie Fowler is hoping to win the first major of his career at the 2023 US Open


Rickie Fowler is hoping to win the first major of his career at the 2023 US OpenCredit: GETTY

Fowler has had many impressive performances in major tournaments, although he has never been victorious.

The Californian in particular finished second behind Patrick Reid at the 2018 Masters.

But what is Rickie Fowler’s net worth?

What is Rickie Fowler’s net worth?

Rickie Fowler’s net worth is reportedly between $40 million and $50 million.

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Fowler and Clark lead at the 2023 US Open, with McIlroy and Scheffler hot on their heels

Though Fowler hasn’t claimed a win on the PGA Tour since 2019, he’s still earned a whopping $46 million in prize money alone over the course of his career.

That puts the 34-year-old in the top 15 on the PGA Tour’s career money list.

Fowler’s best season was 2016–17 when he amassed over $6 million in prize money.

He claimed his highest paycheck came after winning the 2015 Players Championship, when he raked in $1.8 million.

Fowler also has numerous sponsorship deals with major brands such as TaylorMade, Rolex, Puma, Mercedes-Benz and Cobra.

Is Rickie Fowler investing in English football club Leeds United?

Rickie Fowler broke the news that he, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are all looking to invest in England soccer team Leeds United during training ahead of the US Open.

Last week the club announced that outgoing owner Andrea Radrizzani would sell his 56 per cent stake in the club to the American consortium.

The deal to sell Leeds to 49ers Enterprises has been reported to be valued at £175million.

The golf stars are not yet involved in the deal, but hope to participate.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Fowler said: “There’s a group pushing the Leeds collaboration – me, JT (Justin Thomas) and Jordan (Spieth) so we might be a part of that.”

“It’s cool to have these opportunities. I know we’re looking into this and it would be fun if we could be there. If not, we will continue to cheer for Leeds.”

The three golfers would join the consortium as minority owners as part of 49ers Enterprises, which owns NFL team The San Francisco 49ers.


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