In 2019, Rickie Fowler became a married man. October that year, the pro golfer tied the knot with fiancee-cum-wife Allison Stokke.
Breaking the news via Instagram, Rickie shared photos from the wedding. An accompanying caption read,
“Last week was the best yet…she’s mine…still winning.”
Following Rickie’s suite, his athlete wife Allison shared a slideshow. For the caption, she went with the wedding date.
Rickie and Allison exchanged the “I Dos” at a beachfront wedding on 5th October 2019.
Justin Bieber’s stylist/manager Ryan Good officiated the duo’s ceremony. Meanwhile, celebrity planner Macy Blum planned the entire affair.
Singer Kelley James – who bore witness to Rickie and then-girlfriend Allison’s engagement – was the most notable guest at the wedding.
On the big day, Rickie looked dashing in a sky blue suit and white sneakers. Allison, on the other hand, wore a gorgeous long trail gown.
Dating, Girlfriend & Engaged
Rickie Fowler first crossed paths with pole vaulter Allison Stokke in April 2017.
Following a year-long dating period, Rickie and then-girlfriend Allison got engaged. The pro golfer had popped the big question on National Best Friends Day.
Engaged in the Southampton beach, Rickie and Allison celebrated the milestone with Mike Meldman who threw the pair a party.
Net Worth, Height + House
Positioned number one amateur golfer for 36 weeks, Rickie Fowler – five feet & eight inches (175 cm) height – began his professional golfing career in the late-2000s.
In the winter of 2016, Rickie finished a career-high fourth position in world ranking by winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf (as of October 2019).
A reputable publication quotes Rickie’s career earnings at an astounding $20+ million. The sum coupled with income from endorsement deals adds to his ever-so-growing net worth.
Of Rickie’s many investments, none is more popular than his beachfront house situated in Jupiter, Florida.
Ethnicity, Nationality & Family
Rickie Fowler was born in 1988. A native of Murrieta, California, he holds American nationality.
Courtesy of his family lineage, Rickie boasts mixed ethnicity. He inherited the middle name “Yakutia” from his maternal grandfather who was of Japanese descent. His grandfather, meanwhile, was a Najavo Native American.
A self-taught golfing prodigy, Rickie played the collegiate level golf at Oklahoma State University. He is a graduate of Murrieta Valley High School.
Last modified: October 12, 2019