Found July 19, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Ian Poulter was one of several golfers who were unhappy with the layout of the course at the British Open on Thursday. After shooting a 72 in the opening round at Muirfield, Poulter took to Twitter to complain about how difficult some of the pin placements were given how stiff the course was. One of [...]
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Ian Poulter was fit to be tied after the conclusion of his day withstanding the tough conditions during his first round at Muirfield in the British Open. So much so, in fact, that despite carding a respectable 72 (+1), Poulter quickly took to Twitter to slam how the course was set up, evoking comparisons to [...]The post Ian Poulter slams Muirfield setup, mentions windmill and clown...
As his long putt for eagle dipped into the heart of the cup on the ninth green, Ian Poulter strode after the ball with purpose and wound up a huge fist pump in celebration.
The Englishman was starting a hot streak of putts to muscle into contention at the British Open on Sunday.
''They were going in the middle, like they were in Medinah,'' Poulter said, recalling...
English golfers Ian Poulter and Chris Wood were working on their putting strokes on the practice green at Muirfield as news emerged Wednesday of yet another triumph in this summer of success for British sport.
More than 1,000 miles away from the east coast of Scotland, compatriot Chris Froome had just won the 17th stage of the Tour de France in a time trial, tightening his grip...