IAN POULTER LOOKING FORWARD TO EUROPEAN TOUR RETURN

If there is one thing Ian Poulter is to be excited about, it is the hopes of making a comeback in a European Tour during this week’s Australian PGA championship as he makes a return from foot surgery.


Poulter’s longest period on the sidelines since joining the professionals in the game back in 1995, came recently as during the summer, he was forced to take 11 weeks away from Golf. However, mid-October saw him in the Venetian Macau Open as he made his return to competitive action.

And despite Poulter insisting that he is now physically fit to compete once more, with four events which he had played on the PGA Tour in recent weeks, he knows it could be quite a while before he is able to fully get back into the swing of things.

Poulter went on to talk about how hard it is to get back into the frame of mind needed to play competitive golf, especially after taking a long time way from the game. Read More

Poulter Offers Support To Hull

The most popular European Ryder Cup star Ian Poulter is currently on a four month break from golf activities following a foot injury.


He is having a lot of free time now. Ian had a small commentary stint with the Sky Sports team for the Royal Troon event. After the successful commentary stint, he has now turned at the Woburn Golf Club last week to offer support to the women’s golfers pitting it out for the Ricoh Women’s British Open. He is also there at the Open to support Charley Hull, his fellow Woburn is touring professional.

He was quite impressed with how to golf course for the Ricoh Women’s British Open has shaped up. He even gave some tips on how to play on this golf course in an effective manner to earn good results. He said that he was there on the course to enjoy every bit of women’s golf. Read More

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