Rickie Fowler wears trainers as he weds fitness model Allison Stokke in amazing beach ceremony… three years after viral Ryder Cup picture
RICKIE FOWLER wore trainers as he wed health mannequin Allison Stokke in an unbelievable seaside ceremony – three years after his well-known Ryder Cup image.
The American golf star, 30, wore a sky blue swimsuit over a white T-shirt and trainers as he and his new spouse tied the knot.
Set on a surprising white, sandy seaside, Fowler and US pole-vaulter Stokke, additionally 30, appeared to not have a care on the planet as they loved each second of their wedding ceremony.
Whereas the completely happy couple seemed ecstatic, Fowler as soon as once more discovered a solution to steal the present – sporting white trainers and a T-shirt for the large day.
Stokke in the meantime took a much more conventional method – choosing a flowing white robe.
However it shouldn’t come as a shock to anybody Fowler managed to steal focus… in spite of everything, he has type in that division.
In 2016, Fowler turned an web sensation after an image of him – then single – shrugging his shoulders surrounded by his team-mates and their companions kissing after the USA’s Ryder Cup win, went viral.
The US had sealed a well-known 17-11 victory however Fowler was caught in the midst of the get together wanting sheepish, the one single member of the 12-strong squad.
Quick ahead three years and Fowler is now married – and completely happy to not must re-live the times of single celebrations.
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Final yr, Fowler admitted: “It was nice being over and being a part of these crew occasions and simply be alone and get to see them and be part of them.
“However yeah, it’s so much higher having somebody you truly get to share it with and never return to your room and be by your self.
“You get to listen to in regards to the day and what the ladies did, and I can discuss to Allison and inform her what’s happening, what we did on the course, or no matter.”