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Poulter wins Match Play tourney in Spain


Ian Poulter (courtesy of Bones 999 via wikipedia commons)

Luke Donald had a chance to become the world’s number 1 golfer but was denied by the play of Ian Poulter.

Poulter beat his fellow Englishman 2-1 in the final of the World Match Play Championship in Cesares, Spain.

Poulter won his first title since 2011.

Second-ranked Donald could have valuted to #1 for the first time in his career, over Lee Westwood if he had won the tournament, he he had no consistency in his game.

Poulter was 1 down on three occasions, but a 45-foot putt won the 12th hole and birdies on the 14th and 16th sealed the win.


compiled from various golf reports, Radio & TV

Shark Shootout goes to Johnson, Poulter

Dustin Johnson (Joel Torres & Columbus Wired photo)

Ian Poulter (courtesy of Bones 999 via Wikipedia Commons)

Dustin Johnson and Ian Poulter shot a 13-under-par-59 in the scramble format to beat out Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell by two shots in Naples, Florida at the Shark Shootout tournament.

The 12 teams in the tournament played modified alternate shot in the first round and better ball in the second.

Johnson and Poulter split $750,000 from the $3 million purse.

compiled from staff & PGA Tour news

Karlsson wins Dubai tournament on Poulter mistake

Robert Karlsson (file photo)

Ian Poulter could’ve won last weekend’s Dubai World Championship but he made a big mistake.

Poulter, sizing up a 30-foot putt in the playoff round, dropped his ball on his own marker, which caused it to move slightly and incurred a one-stroke penalty that basically gave the win to Robert Karlsson of Sweden.

That bizarre event at the $7.5 million, season-ending tournament was the end of a day which saw as many as four player’s challenge Poulter of England for the lead.

Karlsson, who is 41, caught Poulter with a birdie on the 18th hole after he chipped within a few feet of the pin.

The Swedish golfing star rolled in his short putt on the second playoff hole for the victory, his 11th on tour. Karlsson earned $1.25 million with the win while Poulter still came away with a sizeable check of $833,000.

compiled from staff, PGA Tour & European Tour news

Ian Poulter holds on to win Hong Kong Open

Ian Poulter (courtesy of Bones 999 via Wikipedia Commons)

Veteran golfer Ian Poulter held off a strong challenge from Italian youngster Matteo Manassero to win the Hong Kong Open by one stroke Sunday.

Manassero, who is 17, shot an 8-under-par 62 at the Fanling course and finished at 21-under 259, but Poulter’s 67 was good enough to secure his 10th win on the European Tour.

Simon Dyson tied Manassero for second after a 65, while American Anthony Kang finished fourth, one more stroke back.

compiled from staff & PGA European Tour news

Scott leads in Singapore tourney

Adam Scott held a three-stroke lead after eight holes of the suspended final round of  the Singapore Open.

Scott was 3 under in his final round and 17 under for the tournament.

(courtesy of Wikipedia Commons)

Adam Scott (file photo)

Ian Poulter was in second place, also after eight holes.

Phil Mickelson played through 13 holes and was 4-under-par.

compiled from PGA news

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