Ian Poulter says he believes the LIV Golf League is here to stay as he fired another shot at the DP World Tour over a potential Ryder Cup captaincy snub.
Poulter took to Instagram over the weekend for a Q&A. He was asked if the Saudi-backed tour is in for the long haul.
The Postman, now 44, was also asked about the possibility of a LIV Golf player being chosen in the future as a Ryder Cup captain.
Poulter's response if that were not to happen? "Shame on them."
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He said on Instagram:
Poulter was back in action with his Majesticks last week in Tucson, which was won by Danny Lee in a four-man playoff with an epic putt.
The Englishman finished T-33 in the 48-man field on level par.
The Majesticks, comprising of Poulter, Lee Westwood, Henrik Stenson and Sam Horsfield finished 11th out of the 12 teams on 1-under.
Sergio Garcia's Fireballs won the team aspect.
Poulter's Ryder Cup future will be decided soon. We were expecting a swift ruling in the DP World Tour v LIV Golf hearing but the decision has reportedly been pushed back due to the complexity of the case.
The aforementioned Garcia has spoken of how some of his former Ryder Cup stars have behaved with a lack of class.
His comments were perceived to be a clear dig at Rory McIlroy, of whom his relationship has completely broken down.
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Despite this Garcia, who was filmed taking a leak during LIV Golf Tuscon, still wants to have a Ryder Cup future.
He previously told Marca: