There’s a perception that today’s tour players’ swings all look the same , as if they come from a cookie-cutter mold. Not Rickie Fowler’s. With a quick tempo, a re-routing of the club at the top to a flat plane, and an explosive move through the ball, Fowler’s swing can be identified from a great distance. Also standing out is Fowler’s on-course wardrobe, often wearing powder blue or Oklahoma State orange from head to toe. An accomplished player as a high schooler, Fowler did attend Oklahoma State University; hence, the all-orange outfits he sports. He won several prestigious amateur events, and had a Walker Cup record of 7-1 while twice representing the USA in that competition. He turned pro in late 2009, and in just his second PGA Tour event as a pro lost in a playoff at the Frys.com Open. He represented the USA in the 2010 Ryder Cup, the first tour rookie ever to be selected as a captain’s pick. Many expect Fowler to become one of America’s dominant players over the next two decades, and so far he has given no reason to expect otherwise.