Radio and The Miami Mansion

British golf star Ian Poulter aimed for the best whike building his Miami mansion which is a mile away from where his previous home was located. According to Pouler he has outgrown it and was not comfortable there anymore.

The blinds in the golf star’s new mansion move by themselves, opening at sunrise and closing at sunset. Well, it has to be this way when there are eighty windows and will require a lot of travelling if done manually. The player also insisted on Bond-villain-esque level of technology with which his new home is loaded. By describing himself as a “perfectionist” Poulter says that, starting from his children’s television to the lighting, he wanted to control everything via his own iPad. “I spoke with my friend in the UK who’s a big house builder. He knew I was planning to build this house and he said ‘you need to have a look at Crestron,’” said Poulter in an interview about his new Miami mansion. He also had specific needs like being able to adjust the air conditioning of his mansion while he is in China. Not just that, he should also be able to check on his much-loved Ferraris through remote cameras

In the meantime, the golf player along with Henrik Stenson can also be heard on radio. Both will host their own shows on SiriusXM. The lauch dates and when the shows will be aired have not been decided yet. Poulter with a victory in the World Golf Championships in Arizona (Match Play) and China (HSBC Champions), is best known for his stellar play in the Ryder Cup and is always willing to take on any subject. Poulter says “I’ve never been shy about sharing my opinions and I can talk on everything from fashion to Ferraris, Formula One and Arsenal”.

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