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Top 30 Golfers for the 2016 Majors: No. 8 Rickie Fowler

Athlon Counts Down the 30 Golfers to Watch for Majors Season

They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2016 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the ’s .

 

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Athlon chats with the reigning Players Champion

After claiming his third PGA Tour victory at last year’s Deutsche Bank Championship, Rickie Fowler lightheartedly called himself a “sneaky fourth” to the widely proclaimed Big Three of Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy. But just a few months later, Fowler won again at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship with Spieth and McIlroy in the field. Not so sneaky, especially when you throw in his stirring charge to victory at the 2015 Players Championship.

Top 30 Golfers for the 2015 Majors: No. 8 Rickie Fowler

Athlon Counts Down the 30 Golfers to Watch for Majors Season

They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2015 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the ’s Brandel Chamblee.

 

Ryder Cup 2014: 4 Questions with Rickie Fowler

Athlon Talks to One of the Leaders of Team USA
Ryder Cup 2014: Athlon Talks to Rickie Fowler

After a miracle comeback at the Ryder Cup Matches at Medinah in 2012, Europe is the prohibitive favorite to retain the Cup on home turf, as Tom Watson takes a shorthanded American team to Scotland for the most pressure-packed event in golf. Can a U.S. team led by crafty veteran Phil Mickelson and young gun Rickie Fowler upset a European powerhouse led by four-time major champion Rory McIlroy and Ryder Cup maestro Sergio Garcia?

6 Key Stats from the British Open

Rory McIlroy Cruises to his Third Major Title

At one point during Sunday's coronation at Royal Liverpool, Rory McIlroy's lead, which was six at the start of the day, had dwindled to two over Sergio Garcia. But this was no Van de Velde moment in the making. McIlroy was really never threatened on his way to a two-shot British Open win and his third major championship. "I got within two,” Garcia said, “but to me, it never felt that close."