It didn’t really matter how Sunday shook out at the RBC Heritage. That Ian Poulter found himself atop the leaderboard entering the final round at Harbour Town was an impressive accomplishment.
Heading into the final round of the RBC Heritage it was still anybody’s tournament. While Ian Poulter looked poised to grab a second victory in three weeks
As we saw at the Masters, the PGA Tour has a surplus of young, talented stars, many of whom have already notched wins this season...
Masters 2018: Ian Poulter reacts to his group being put on the clock during second round at Augusta National
It's not fake news that slow play is an issue on the PGA Tour. That's an accepted reality. And the reality of getting paired with a slow player, as a tour pro, is sometimes you're penalised for someone else's play.
Told he qualified for the Masters, Ian Poulter actually hadn’t. Guess his reaction after learning of the mistake
A year ago, Ian Poulter thought he failed to earn a PGA Tour card while playing events on a medical extension, only to find out that a computing glitch had been made. With the good, comes the bad.
He made his name on the European Tour and altered his game in Dubai under the tutelage of Justin Parsons. Now Audemars Piguet ambassador Peter Uihlein talks to Kent Gray about his step up to the PGA Tour.
Inside the ropes is a funny place to be.
The year of Sergio Garcia’s career was recognised again in Monaco overnight – via Dubai (in a round about and delayed way), the place where it all began.
Tiger Woods’ ‘message’ to Justin Thomas, the USGA’s stunning reveal, and Larry Fitzgerald’s handicap gets questioned again
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we are happy to be back to rearranging our weekend schedules around Tiger Woods’ tee times.
If a tour pro is lucky, he may only hit one or two shanks his entire career, and the hope is that it doesn’t happen when there’s a camera around. Unfortunately for Ian Poulter, he’s hit his fair share, and just about all of them have been captured on video, including his latest from the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which came at the worst place possible at TPC Scottsdale.
It might be nearly five years since Ernie Els last won but the Big Easy clearly isn’t kicking back waiting for semi-retirement on the over 50s senior circuit.