Media on Saturday told Ian Poulter that he had topped Louis Oosthuizen in last week’s WGC-Match Play, but had not qualified for the Masters.

Instead of entering in the quarterfinals, the match play ninja had to defeat Kevin Kisner to reach in the top 50 rankings and had to spot what is shaping up the smallest Masters in this field for 21 years.

Poulter doesn’t amuse and trounced again by Kisner 8 and 6. He said, “That he would never listen to other people because when he finishes a golf round everyone said he is in the Masters but after 10 mins a text received to tee off everybody”. And to tell everyone “that it was a mistake and you had to win again and it’s not an excuse it’s a disappointing factor.”

He said that “he asks three to four times that are you sure? And everyone assured that you are definitely in and it was wrong. So will not listen to other people and will focus on my bit.”

It turns out to be lost for the 51st rank player of 42-year-old because he has a chance to win 87th golfer in this tournament but it is in the reign.

Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson, and Henrik Stenson all will like to compete with Poulter, but now he is not sure he will enter into Texas fray or not.

Poulter said “Still, I haven’t decided. It’s a long and draining week and he said I don’t know. He will wait till Monday night and if he has energy then he will play.”

By Tuesday morning Poulter had to tell for the tourney in front of the Masters.

If in Houston this week Poulter wins, he will be the 88th player for the Masters qualification as the fewest numbers of players will on the field.