Ian Poulter's message to hecklers: Let's wait until we bring the Ryder Cup home

Ian Poulter talks exclusively to GolfMagic at the launch of the American Golf, Mastercard 'Priceless' golf campaign. 

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Thu, 21 Jun 2018

Ian Poulter has told GolfMagic in an exclusive interview that he intends to silence his US Open hecklers by helping Europe bring home the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National this September.

Poulter, who finished tied 25th at last week's controversial US Open at Shinnecock Hills. was jeered and taunted by a small number of rowdy American fans while in contention for his maiden major title over the weekend. 

"I don't have a message for those guys other than let's wait until September when we bring the Ryder Cup back home," Poulter told us.

Watch our exclusive video interview below, where Poulter not only talks about the upcoming Ryder Cup and his admiration for captain Thomas Bjorn, but also all the controversy from last week's US Open, including his thoughts on Phil Mickelson's 'moving putt' incident, his anticipation for the Open Championship at Carnoustie and his beloved Arsenal's chances in the Premier League under their new manager next season...

GolfMagic caught up with Mastercard ambassador Ian Poulter at the launch of the American Golf campaign for The 147th Open Championship.

Anyone making a purchase with Mastercard in store or online with American Golf during the campaign has a chance to see Ian in action on a priceless trip to the Championship at Carnoustie Golf Links, courtesy of Mastercard, Official Patron of The Open.

For more information visit www.americangolf.co.uk.