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Rickie Fowler is a man of many talents. Besides being a PGA Tour golfer, Fowler used to be a professional-level motocross racer. Fowler is also adept at making money. He’s earned close to $40 million in career earnings already, and that doesn’t even include what he’s earned with his numerous endorsement deals.

Now, Fowler is using his wealth to invest in a newcomer on the adult beverage scene. If you like golf, gin, and grapefruit, maybe Fowler’s new drink is perfect for you.

Rickie Fowler has earned close to $40 million on the PGA Tour and has racked up an $18 million net worth

Fowler has been a full-time PGA Tour player for 11 years. Over the course of his professional career, Fowler has five wins to his name. Although he doesn’t have a major championship victory, he’s had multiple second-place finishes in majors.

His five wins and consistent play for over a decade has paid off big time in his bank account. Fowler has made $38.9 million in career earnings on the PGA Tour. His career is still young, but Fowler’s already the inside the top 25 in career earnings in Tour history.

Fowler also has numerous endorsement deals, which have contributed tens of millions more to his wallet. As of 2020, Fowler’s net worth is $18 million. He recently used that net worth to invest in an adult beverage company.

Fowler used his massive wealth to buy a minority stake in The Long Drink Company

Fowler might already have a massive wealth, but he still knows the importance of investing. Last week, Fowler purchased a minority stake in an adult beverage company called The Long Drink Company.

The company’s feature drink is The Finnish Long Drink, which is described as a “refreshing, citrus soda with a premium liquor kick”. Fowler talked to The Spirits Business about his newest business venture.

I’m really excited to join The Long Drink team as an investor. When Kyrre (Kygo) and Myles Shear sent me a couple cases to try, I knew I wanted to get involved. Long Drink really stood out to me from the rest of the canned cocktails and seltzers that I have tried. It tastes amazing and is perfect after a day on the course.

Rickie Fowler

Fowler is joining Miles Teller and Kygo as an investor

Fowler isn’t the only celebrity joining the Long Drink team. He’ll be joining actor Miles Teller and DJ Kygo as stake owners in the adult beverage company.

Fowler was introduced to the product by Teller, who’s been involved with the company since last summer.

I’m thrilled to be partnering with Kygo and Rickie. Both these guys are at the top of their game and they are a perfect fit for Long Drink. I look forward to collaborating with them and being on the front lines as we continue to expand the awareness and growth of Long Drink across the country.”

Miles Teller

Don’t be surprised if you see Fowler gulping down a Finnish Long Drink after one of his next rounds on the PGA Tour.

All financial info courtesy of Celebrity Net Worth


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