Rick Fehr was born on August 28, 1962, in Seattle and is a citizen of the United States. Fehr attended Brigham Young University and is a professional golfer, having played in 12 Career Victory category events. Fehr has lived in various locations in the United States, including Sammamish, Washington, Anthem, Arizona, Bothell East, Washington, and Seattle.
Fehr left the PGA TOUR full-time after the 2000 season, during which he finished 132nd on the money list. Throughout his career, Fehr has received several awards, namely PGA TOUR Champions, Dick's Sporting Goods Open, Greater Hickory Kia Classic at Rock Barn, Pacific Links Hawai'i Championship, and Scholarship America Showdown. Additionally, Fehr has participated in notable tournaments such as the Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic, Sprint International, Memorial Tournament, Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Canon Greater Hartford Open, B.C. Open, U.S. Open Championship, Masters Tournament, and Walker Cup.