Sony Open in Hawaii

Fowler joins friends in winning and extends youth movement

Golf's youngest and biggest stars keep winning.

Rickie Fowler has mostly been watching.

He wasn't in Hawaii when Justin Thomas swept the Aloha State by a combined 10 shots, including a PGA Tour record for 72 holes and a 59 at the Sony Open. He took off the final two weeks of the West Coast swing when Jordan Spieth blew away all his challengers at Pebble Beach, and Dustin Johnson was overwhelming at Riviera.

"It's fun seeing it," Fowler said. "It's motivating to see my friends go win. And to have them texting me last night and wishing me the best, telling me to go get it done, it's a fun group to be part of because we're all trying to push each other...