Rickie Fowler Reveals the TV Shows Currently Helping Him Stay Relaxed

The CJ Cup is currently underway at The Summit Club in Las Vegas. Rickie Fowler leads as they head into the final round, probably looking at his sixth PGA Tour win. His last win came at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 2019.

That being said, Fowler has been at the top of his game at the CJ Cup. He shot nine-under 63 during Round 3 to secure his lead, complete with nine birdies. His only bogey of the event was during Round 2 on second, which he overcame with seven birdies scattered throughout the remaining round.

What TV Show is Rickie Fowler enjoying right now?

During interviews, while at the event, Fowler was asked about the TV Show he was enjoying right now, helping him relax in his time off. Well, the 32-year-old seems to have a couple of shows he is watching, saving the last few episodes for later. “We’re about to finish Squid Games,” he said. “So we’ve been doing a lot of reading this week since there are subtitles”.

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He is also watching Ted Lasso and has saved the last episode. “Morning Show has been another, so, luckily there’s a few around that we can kind of rotate and have plenty to watch”.

Oct 16, 2021; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Rickie Fowler tees off on the first during the third round of the CJ Cup golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Looking at his selection, Fowler has quite an interesting spread of shows to watch. The first show he mentioned is Netflix’s recent Squid Game, a nine-episode South Korean drama. Based on a unique contest of contestants playing with a death penalty on their heads, Squid Game is Netflix’s most-watched show to date.

Ted Lasso, an AppleTV+ show, is about a football coach. Fowler still has the episode of the two-season show left. Of course, the last show is The Morning Show – a drama series that focuses on looking behind the scenes of a modern workplace.

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Rickie Fowler on his struggles since 2019

Jun 5, 2021; Dublin, Ohio, USA; Rickie Fowler prepares to putt on the green of the 7th hole during the third round of the Memorial Tournament golf tourney. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Looking back, Fowler has endured a rough year altogether. He did not make the Ryder Cup team, and also missed the FedEx Cup playoffs for the first time in his career. “Everyone’s gone through ups and downs in golf,” he said. “When you’re in those low points, there’s times when you wonder like: Am I ever going to be back in that position?”

If Fowler does win this weekend, he will have secured a title for the first time since March 2019.

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