In front of the door, the age is extremely important for a golfer, Allison Stokke’s boyfriend – Rickie Fowler feels that he does not worry too much about the performance not really good last season, instead he will spend more attention to ability to improve your achievement.
Before the age of 30 – the age is considered to be the culmination of a golf player, Fowler faces a lot of challenges if he wants to succeed at this memorable milestone.
This season is the 10th time Fowler has been at the PGA Tour with 4 titles. In terms of finance, Fowler is actually quite successful with owning up to 34 million bonuses thanks to participating in tournaments, but in terms of performance, he doesn’t have really worthy titles, especially when he’s always one of the top candidates.
Fowler commented on his 2017 – 2018 PGA Tour season as follows: “I had a fairly stable season when there were many times when I entered the competition group and had a good position in major tournaments, just everything wasn’t as good as it was. Last year was not so bad, I just did not win rough”.
Last year, he solved his thirst for victory by taking the throne at the Hero World Challenge,but this event was not scored at the PGA Tour system because it was just a side event. With the new season this year, the opportunity for Fowler to improve his achievements becomes even more difficult as young golfers are getting stronger, and dirty old golfers are returning. Bryson DeChambeau may be the fifth PGATour champion, and Jordan Spieth also owns the 11th title even though he has just passed the age of 25.
As for the golfers of the same age, Patrick Reed has owned six titles of PGA Tour, one tobe promoted to Masters in 2018. The most successful under 30 years old – Rory McIlroy even had 14 PGA championships Tour, 3 times Major throne as well as 7 titles in the European arena.
With the performance of his competitors, Fowler did not feel too much pressure or concern, he was optimistic and confident that he would have a successful 2019 year as well as towards the first Major title in the career competition.
At a press conference, Fowler said: “What matters is how you improve. Every year I learn new things and improve myself through playing every week. My ability to play is getting better. It is true that there are years when the results will not be as good as the previous year, but life always contains such interesting things. I think the best things will come”.