Rickie Fowler He changed caddies before the final start of the 2021-22 PGA Tour season, and he’s also moving on from his swing coach.
Fowler’s former swing coach, John Tiller, confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday that the pair are no longer working together. It’s the latest change for Fowler, who has fallen to 178th in the Official World Golf Rankings. Before turning 64 at the FedEx St. Jude Championship in August, Fowler parted ways with his caddy, Joe Skovron, after turning professional in 2009.
“I love the guy,” Tillery told ESPN. “This job sometimes hits you in the gut. As a coach, there’s nothing better than watching your guys succeed, and nothing worse than watching them struggle. It’s an easy part of the X’s and O’s they have to do, but get it done. It can be challenging at times, and we haven’t done it. , I’m rooting for him and wish him only the best.
Tillery helped to change Kevin Kisner To become one of the top 30 players in the world. It also works with Sep Straka And Hudson SwaffordWho were the winners on the PGA Tour this past season? Swafford joins the LIV golf circuit.
Fowler, who was ranked fourth in the world at the height of his career, earned more than $41 million from his career. He earned more than $1 million last season, after losing nine of 22 tour starts. His best finish was a third-place finish at the CJ Cup @ Summit in October.
Fowler qualified for a major last season, finishing 23rd at the PGA Championship and the last player to qualify for the FedEx Cup Playoffs.