Rickie Fowler has been performing well in the golf world rankings this season after facing inconsistency issues in the past. However, his success will be put to the test at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play at Austin Country Club. His invitation to the upcoming Masters tournament could be at stake, as only the top 50 golfers in the world will be invited to Augusta National Golf Club after this week’s event.
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Fowler is currently ranked No. 59 in the world and will need to maintain his focus if he hopes to secure a spot at the Masters in two weeks. He remains confident in his abilities, citing his successful finishes at the Fortinet Championship and the Zozo Championship last fall as proof of his potential.
To get back on track, Fowler reunited with his former swing coach, Butch Harmon, and parted ways with his former caddie, Joe Skovron. Despite once being ranked as the No. 4 player in the world, he began this year’s season at 185th.
Although Fowler has yet to win a major in his career, he remains a recognizable face on the course. He will have to perform well in Austin to advance to the Masters, but he faces some tough matchups, including the No. 2 player in the world, Jon Rahm, and past tournament winner Billy Horschel.
Fowler acknowledges that he will need to play his best over the course of the week. If he can make it out of group play, he may have a shot at winning the green jacket.