Rickie Fowler Regained a Key Position After Two Years. 

Rickie Fowler recently returned to a place he hasn't held in more than two years with his T14 performance at the Wells Fargo Championship.  

Fowler, who finished the Quail Hollow tournament with a score of 8 under, 

has now climbed into the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings. 

Fowler hasn't joined that group of players in two years and five months, according to rankings expert "Nosferatu" on Twitter. 

The 50th-ranked player in the world, who has won five PGA Tour titles, is exactly 34 years old.  

 This ranking will be advantageous throughout the 2023 season.

Fowler will be qualified to play at Los Angeles Country Club on June 15 if he stays in the top 60 of the OWGR two weeks before the U.S. Open begins. 

If Fowler continues to rank in the top 50 in the OWGR by Week 21 of 2023, which is the week of May 22,