In a perfect world, Ian Poulter would like to start the third round of the Turkish Airlines Open all over again. Instead, Poulter has to accept the reality.
Ian Poulter took a big step toward finding the winner's circle for the first time in two years when he grabbed a three-shot lead before inclement weather suspended the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open.
When it comes to mapping out his season, Chris Stroud puts a big circle around the OHL Classic at Mayakoba – and for good reason. Stroud is one of three players who can say they’ve played in each of the eight editions of this tournament.
After switching to Titleist equipment last month and recently recording a T-6 finish at the WGC-HSBC Champions, Ian Poulter, 38, is physically and mentally healthy early in the new season.
Ian Poulter has had a pretty poor season by his own lofty standards. However, the Englishman proved he’s in better form heading into the final two events of the European season.
Alexander Levy is trying to win his second title in China and third European Tour victory for the season. The Frenchman started that effort Thursday with a 7-under 65 for a one-shot lead at the BMW Masters.
We know they play hard for the European Tour come Ryder Cup time, but playing pure European Tour tournaments is another story. Justin Rose, Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter are in China for the BMW Masters, but it’s just the fourth pure European Tour tournament for each of them.
The PGA of America released a statement Monday clarifying former president Ted Bishop's status with the organization moving forward.
In light of Ted Bishop's recent social-media posts about Ian Poulter, the real problem is not just a slip of the tongue and the temptations of hitting “post” on social media, writes Brad Klein.
Professional golfers, including Lee Westwood, Luke Donald and caddie Ted Scott, used Twitter to react to PGA of America president Ted Bishops "Lil Girl" comment regarding Ian Poulter.
PGA of America president Ted Bishop took to social media Thursday to call out Ian Poulter for comments Poulter made about Nick Faldo and Tom Watson in his book, "No Limits," which was released this week.
Ian Poulter has announced a new equipment allegiance. Days after splitting with Cobra-Puma Golf, Poulter used Twitter on Tuesday to announce that we will be a Titleist and FootJoy staff player for the 2015 season.
On Wednesday, Ian Poulter announced to his 1.77 million followers on Twitter that he had parted ways with Cobra-Puma Golf.
The Europeans earned seven points in Sunday's singles session at Gleneagles to defeat the Americans, 16 1/2 - 11 1/2, and win their third straight Ryder Cup.
Webb Simpson of the United States and Ian Poulter of Europe halve their match at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
For the second straight day, the Europeans earned 3 1/2 points in foursomes, and now lead the Americans, 10-6, entering Sunday's single session of the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker notched a pair of halves on Friday, and will look to continue to put points on the board when they take on Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy in Saturday morning's final four-balls match at 3:20 a.m. EDT.
After the U.S. took a one-point lead after Friday's four-ball session, the Europeans stormed back in foursomes, winning three matches and halving the other to take a two-point lead after Day 1 of the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
The U.S. rookie duo of Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed knocked off local boy Stephen Gallacher and Mr. Ryder Cup, Ian Poulter, witha 5-and-4 victory in four-balls Friday morning at the Ryder Cup.
Not only did Ian Poulter’s string of seven straight wins in the Ryder Cup come to an end in Friday’s opening day of the 40th Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, so, too, did his foursomes streak.
It was a busy day at Muirfield on Tuesday. Take a look at some of the action in photos from the 142nd Open Championship.
Exclusive EA Sports motion-capture sessions with Ian Poulter and Edoardo Molinari
How does preparing to play The Open Championship differ from other tournaments? Looking at the week ahead Ian Poulter shares how he manages to stay in the 'zone' for seven-straight days, some of his favorite memories of The Open, and gives us a sneak peak at what we can expect from his wardrobe!
It's 'check-in' day. For Ian Poulter, Monday of The Open Championship week means ticket allocation for long lost friends and focusing on getting ready for the week ahead. Ian shares what he tries to mentally take in and gives us a special sneak peek into how he goes about choosing his daily outfits.
Is Ian Poulter superstitious when it comes to playing at The Open Championship? He doesn't think so... Superstitions aside, Ian Poulter shares how he uses Tuesday of The Open week to play the course to prepare for how certain holes will play, the different wind scenarios he and his trusted caddie Terry can expect, and the tweaks he needs to make to find every advantage he can.
How does preparing to play The Open Championship differ from other tournaments? For Ian Poulter, Wednesday of The Open week about fine tuning his short game, honing his mental attitude, the pin positions he needs to find, and what needs to be in the bag to cope with the varied weather conditions before tomorrow's start.
Ian Poulter talks about his fourth point that he scored on Sunday.
Ian Poulter and Justin Rose defeated Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker, 2 and 1.