One of Rickie Fowler's biggest sponsors, Farmers Insurance, recently got the 5-time PGA Tour winner to take part in a hilarious two-part video where the 31-year-old went undercover, disguised as a local caddie going by the name 'Richard Flower'. Watch both parts of the video below:
Fowler really got into the spirit of his new role but made sure he had some fun with it, showing golfers some very strange stretches and giving some unusual golf tips, such as pulling up your shorts to help with your chipping.
Currently competing in The American Express on the PGA Tour, Fowler has got off to a fantastic start, shooting seven-under par, currently just one behind the lead.
"It's a good start," Fowler said. "Obviously you look at scores it's usually pretty low out here, especially when you look at weather like this and the conditions of the courses. Conditions are perfect here at La Quinta. Greens are about the best that we see all year."
In a recent interview with GolfMagic, Fowler told us that although he would like to be on the Ryder Cup team for Whistling Straits, his focus is on individual success, with a first major victory his main goal.
"Solo achievements are most important. I'd like to have a multiple win season, with a major victory in there. Taking care of winning and playing well, everything else will fall into place. It will be nice to have a chance to compete in the Olympics, the Ryder Cup and different stuff like that. Winning takes care of a lot of things."