Ian Poulter - Profile
Ian Poulter: Solid record in the majors
The Ryder Cup hero has three top threes in the majors, including a third in the 2012 US PGA.
* 12 European Tour wins. First at 2000 Italian Open.
* 2 World Golf Championship wins: 2010 Accenture Match Play Championship, 2012, HSBC Champions. One of just two Europeans to have won multiple WGC events.
* Career-high world ranking of No.5 in 2010. Has spent over 30 weeks in the top 10.
* Has played in four Ryder Cups (2004, 2008, 2010, 2006 and 2012). On winning side three times and has won all four singles matches. Leading points scorer at Valhalla in 2008 (4 out of 5) and Medinah 2012 (4 out of 4). Made five successive closing birdies to win Saturday afternoon fourballs at Medinah to change momentum of match.
* Launched his own clothing range in 2007, IJP Design.
* Has 1.64 million followers on Twitter. Only Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have more among fellow golfers.
* Two top 10s in the US PGA: 9th in 2006 and 3rd at Kiawah Island in 2012.
- Nationality: England
- Date Of Birth: 10/01/1976
- Birth Place: Hitchin, England
- Height: 6ft 1
|2015||Arnold Palmer Invitational||T21||67+70+71+72||280||-8|
|2015||WGC - Cadillac Championship||T49||74+78+71+72||295||295|
|2015||AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am||-||70+68+72||210||-6|
|2015||Farmers Insurance Open||T18||67+71+72+74||284||-4|
|The Open Championship||-||-||T3||T9||-||T60||-|
|US PGA Championship||-||T59||T61||T3||T39||-||T19|
Ian Poulter News
Ian Poulter rued a "frustrating" third round after being pipped to the Turkish Airlines Open title by Brooks Koepka.
Ian Poulter does not want to let off-course issues distract him from his bid to rediscover his best form.
The PGA of America president Ted Bishop has branded Ian Poulter as 'a little girl' on social media.
Bruce Critchley savours his Masters memories ahead of the 25th anniversary of his first visit to Augusta.
With just two week's left until the Masters, time is running out for players to try and secure their invite to Augusta.
Former England cricket captain Andrew Strauss discusses the good and the bad of his love of golf.