Rickie Fowler continues to make changes, parting ways with swing coach John Tillery The team around Rickie Fowler continues to undergo changes.

He first parted ways with longtime caddy Joe Skovron before last year's FedEx St. Jude Championship. Skovron has been in favor of Fowler

Now, Fowler has parted ways with swing coach John Tillery after three years. "Man, I love the guy," Tillery told "This job sometimes punches

you in the gut. As a coach, there's nothing better than watching your guys do well and nothing worse than watching them struggle.

The X's and O's of what they need to do is the easy part, but getting it done can be a challenge sometimes and we just couldn't do it. I'm pulling for him and I wish him the best."

The flamboyant star previously worked with Butch Harmon, but switched to Tillery in September 2019 after Harmon retired from touring on Tour.

Fowler also previously worked with Butch's son Claude Harmon. Fowler was ranked 19th in the Official World Golf Ranking in September 2019.

His highest world ranking was No. 4 (2016), but he now finds himself ranked 178th and looking for the form that once saw him match golf's best. game.