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Topic - Ian Poulter
Alexander Levy of France shot a career-best 10-under 62 to open a four-shot lead after the second round of the China Open on Friday.
Alvaro Quiros and Simon Dyson each shot a 5-under 67 to share the lead after the first round of the China Open on Thursday.
Players saw something Friday they can’t remember ever seeing before at Augusta National Golf Club.
There's one group the fashion police will probably have an eye on Saturday.
Hideki Matsuyama of Japan apologized Saturday to Ian Poulter and other two players behind him for damaging the 13th green at Doral with his putter in the second round and walking off the green without repairing it.
KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — The most pressure involving the Ryder Cup this year is simply getting on the team.
The Tournament of Champions has all the PGA Tour winners from the previous year, but that doesn't translate into the strongest field. Only six of the top 20 at are Kapalua to start the new year, led by Masters champion Adam Scott at No. 2.
Along with victories, money and scoring average, another way to measure the strength of a golf season is total world ranking points. Tiger Woods won that category, too, but just barely over Henrik Stenson. A closer look reveals it was not really that close.
In the late 1980s, Greg Norman wanted to put together a golf tournament with a relaxed atmosphere and unique team format to benefit children's charities.
The dry humor of Henrik Stenson and brash talk of Ian Poulter can soon be heard on the radio.
It only took four holes over two days for Dustin Johnson to lose a six-shot lead in the HSBC Champions. All that mattered was the high-powered kick down the stretch Sunday at Sheshan International that brought him the biggest win of his career.
Ian Poulter tends to play some of his best golf on Sunday in a major.
Jason Dufner had the very epitome of an up-and-down day at the Bridgestone Invitational.
Along with trying to win more majors, Phil Mickelson is giving some advice how to run them.
Muirfield has been firm and fast since the weekend, with dry conditions in the forecast for the rest of the week. The R&A was turning on sprinklers for a brief time in the evening to keep the speed of the course from getting out of control. R&A chief executive Peter Dawson saw no problem with the course.
"Pure ball strikers I think more than anything else," Poulter said when asked what those winners had in common. "Very methodical players. Guys that understand the game probably better than anybody else, to be honest. They know what it takes to win."
"If the cloud cover passes and we get sunshine like we did today, then you're going to have to work out exactly the number you're going to want left and work out how far you've got to pitch it to finish with 40 yards of roll," Ian Poulter said, describing something that sounds more like a British Open than a U.S. Open.