Tag Archives: Rickie Fowler

Sep
10
2014
Spieth teeing off no. 1

Spieth teeing off no. 1

I was headed to the practice area late Wednesday morning  at East Lake to chat with players and look for a good story on the eve of the Tour Championship. Well, sometimes the most fun ones are the kind you just happen to stumble upon. In other words, you’re at the right place at the right time.

That’s what happened today. I stopped to talk with Ryan Palmer’s caddie James Edmondson, who was waiting for his player on the first tee. As Palmer was teeing off, Rickie Fowler strolled up, then Jimmy Walker and Jordan Spieth. 

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Sep
8
2014

Morgan Hoffmann made the biggest move of all in the FedExCup Playoffs. After missing the cut at the Wyndham Championship, Hoffman snuck into the field at The Barclays, the first of the four Playoff events, at no. 124 in the points standings.

His play-for-broke approach in the next three events earned him a spot at not only the Tour Championship, but all the goodies that go along with it — a place in the field at next year’s four majors and World Golf Championships. 

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Aug
11
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

 

Rickie Fowler took the solo lead with a chip in birdie on the 5th hole, and moved into a tie for the lead with a birdie on the 10th hole at the 96th PGA Championship. However, a bogey on 14, and pars on the final four holes left him in a tie for third, two strokes behind Rory McIlroy.

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Aug
9
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under PGA Championship

 

Rickie Fowler has been masterful at the majors this year, and he will have the opportunity to join Jack and Tiger as the only players to ever finish inside the top-5 at all four majors in a single season. Fowler is currently in third place at the PGA Championship, two strokes behind Rory McIlroy.

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Aug
4
2014
Pros and celebs

Pros and celebs

The morning after the Open Championship, a bleary-eyed Rickie Fowler walked up to the patio outside the Ryder Cup Room at Wentworth Golf Club, sipping on a cup of coffee. Fowler, who had just finished runner-up at Hoylake about 12 hours earlier, greeted Gary Player, the tournament host, and completed with his media gauntlet with ease. 

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