The 2015 season has been dominated by the so-called “Big 3” but in recent weeks Rickie Fowler has proven that he is now part of the elite 2015 players. Fowler showed his talent two weeks ago at the Deutsche Bank Championship when he won by one shot over Henrik Stenson to take him from 22nd to 3rd in the FedEx Cup Standings, with just Jordan Spieth and Jason Day ahead of him.
Jason Day poses the biggest threat to Fowlers late surge for the FedEx Cup title with a tied 12th finish at the Deutsche Bank Championship and two wins in his previous tournaments at the PGA Championship and The Barclays. Jordan Spieth however, has lacked the control and authority that saw him win both the Masters and US Open earlier this year. Two tournaments played in the Play-offs and two missed cuts for the young major winner which has seen him slip out of the World Number 1 position and bypassed by Northern Irishman Rory Mcilroy.
Between the four of them they have a combined twelve PGA Tour wins this season with both Spieth and Day obtaining four each and Fowler and Mcilroy securing two wins each respectively. To say that these four players have not dominated the PGA Tour this year is an understatement. The quality that these four possess is out of this world, their sheer talent is admired by everyone throughout the golfing industry as they turn the PGA Tour into their own personal playground.