Masters Miss By Ian Poulter Despite Of Hitting Form In Austin

Circumstances attached to Ian Poulter and The Masters will lead to missing out 2018 first major by three hundredths of a point. In 42 year old age outstanding effort from last three and a half days will count nothing in Augusta National.

Poulter slipped defeat by Kevin Kisner by 8&6 in the last event. On Saturday Poulter had taken off from Louis Oosthuizen which recording eight birdies in morning and it appears that may be bad luck is attached to his number.

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Ryder Cup legend Ian Poulter is set to partake in the forthcoming star studded British Masters, according to reports.

Poulter would other established names billed to feature at the event like four-time Major champion Rory McIlroy, Masters champ Sergio Garcia and tournament host Lee Westwood. Ireland’s Shane Lowry, Spain’s Miguel Angel Jimenez, Scottish star Russell Knox, defending champ Alex Noren, two-time major winner Martin Kaymer and many other big names are also set to attend.

The veteran hosted the event at Woburn two years back as the tournament returned to the European Tour schedule after seven years. The tournament was very successful. Poulter missed the last edition at The Grove last year as he was sidelined due to injury.

This term he has been steadily working him way back up in the world rankings. In the European Tour, he has managed to make the cut in all of his appearances. In the PGA Tour, he was able to retain his card despite the odds. (more…)

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Phil Mickelson Praised Ian Poulter For His Efforts

The playing partner Phil Mickelson was seen praising Ian Poulter full; he said so many good things about how he conducted himself and the incident during the Dell Technologies Championship in Boston.

He said, Poulter managed everything very well or it could have been a bad incident on the first day of the Dell Technologies Championship.

In the event this is not for the first time that Poulter was interrupted by the two male spectators who were about nine parts full, at the time when Poulter, Lucas Glover and Mickelson walked onto the green present at the par three, they were contesting the 16th hole as their seventh on the course of TPC Boston.

The 16th hole on the course is a 187-yard par three with the surroundings of greens by a corporate enclosure.

Poulter first put a tee shot into the water, which was guarding the green. After that, he took a penalty drop and from 30-feet, he two-putted for a double bogey.

Nevertheless, few of the comments, which were clearly were off-putting for the Brit, who at his second and third holes dropped the shots earlier to now be a four-over par. (more…)

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It was not a positive experience for Ian Poulter during the RBC Heritage event at Harbour Town held on Sunday where he threw away a chance to take home his first PGA Tour victory since 2012.

However, this was not the worst of it for the Poulter.

Poulter so far has been playing on a medical exemption after he suffered from a foot injury which saw him spend a large chunk of the 2016 season out on the sidelines and off the course.

Golfchannel.comsays to keep his Tour eligibility for the remaining part of the season, Poulter would really need to make $30,624 at the Valero Texas Open. Without this, the Englishman will struggle to get into any Tour events without exemptions from sponsors.

The Ryder Cup Star would have had nothing to worry about if he had finished at least one stroke better on Sunday. This would have ensured he met the earnings goal needed for him to retain his card. (more…)

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Mullinax Leads Puerto Rico, Poulter In Contention

To open up a lead of one-shot, Trey Mullinax made a blemish-free 63 in the event Puerto Rico Open, Ian Poulter is also in the tournament and he too has a strong start in the tournament.

To set the target of clubhouse ahead if DA Points, Mullinax posted nine birdies.

On the other hand, Poulter has two holes to compete as was five strokes off the pace. The weather then changed and because of the threat of lightning, the game was suspended at 5.06pm local time. The game was scheduled to resume in the 7am next day morning. Starting on the back nine, Trey birdied three holes in his opening and then got another at the 15th. With this score he reached to the position 32. The player then got gains back-to-back from the first and then two more from the fourth to extend the advantage, at the seventh the player got another big hit draining a 15-footer to save par at the last. (more…)

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At the time when the early groups hauled themselves out of bed on day two, only shift wirkers and restless newborns should have been stirring.

However, that time produced some bountiful returns for the players.

Ian Poulter had said later on that the 3:30 am rise and the 5:30am tee-off had been the earliest so far since he became a professional golfer. However, shooting a 68 at four under that early morning could be said to have been worth the effort.

“I love my bed. Someone who’s half-man/half-mattress does not get out of bed at 3:30am to play golf, let alone to go to an airport to get to a tournament. That was a very early morning; I think that the earliest wake-up call I’ve ever had in 17 years on tour,” Poulter said.

“That was a strange little morning call, I think 3:30 alarm call to come out and play golf is a touch on the early side. But it was light, so we could get out there” he added. (more…)

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