Ian Poulter - Classy Guy

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By Anthony C

  • 11 Replies
  1. What really got me at the Masters was all the players waiting for Tiger behind the 18th; specifically Ian Poulter. He took off his hat when Tiger got to him; they didn't say much, but didn't have to. Poulter showed a lot of respect and class. That was pretty special.

  2. Jerry M

    Jerry M
    Dallas, TX

    Yeah, I thought all of those who stayed around for TW's win showed a lot of class. I think Tiger congratulated Koepka at last year's PGA Championship.
  3. Tosh.


    Specially when I believe they don’t get on very well.
  4. From everything I’ve seen and read he’s a real top notch guy and a great dad. It was very cool to see all the guys waiting to congratulate tiger. What a great Masters
  5. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    I seen that and I agree 100% a lot of class
  6. Echo the same thoughts. I have always liked Poulter. His game is better than he gets credit for and he is certainly a true competitor.
  7. Kevin S

    Kevin S
    Weirsdale, FL

    It showed respect and class by a world player
  8. 19hole

    Woburn, MA

    Poults get a bad rap here in the US, but he is genuinely a very nice guy.
  9. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Everyone should have met Tiggs at the green, their wallets are a heck-of-alot fatter because off him!
  10. Michael JC

    Michael JC
    Orwell, VT

    Poults is a class act, an amazing competitor, and plays Titleist clubs. He was also the only one who removed his hat and said to Tiger, "Well done mate."

    I always root for Titleist Reps , however when it comes to the Ryder Cup, that is a different story!
  11. Ian Poulter is beyond a class guy. Known as a highly competitive person but extremely ethical and supportive of his competitors. I am so impressed by his enthusiasm and will always remember is chest pumping when he made a great putt at last years FedEx cup tournament.
  12. Dennis M

    Dennis M
    Miami, FL

    If you haven't read Poulter's book it's definitely an interesting read.

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