Ian Poulter met up and played golf with some Formula One stars then poked fun at them later on his social media.
Poulter played rounds with Carlos Sainz Jr. and latterly Lando Norris and posted images from the rounds on his Twitter.
At the Hills Country Club during race week in Austin, Texas, Poulter gave Sainz Jr. some pointers on his swing.
During a bit of downtime Poulter gave the speedster, 27, some tips on the range and helped him fix some of his "over the top" faults.
Poulter and the racer talked about how he got into golf.
You can see the video from the official PGA Tour YouTube channel below:
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"It's one of those sports where for four hours you do not think about your phone," Sainz Jr. told Poulter.
Poulter said his backswing was good but he needed to engage his shoulders more on the downswing.
The Postman looked visibly impressed after only a few pointers Sainz Jr. was striping them down the range.
He is a huge golf fan and he revealed their round has been a couple of years in the making.
When they finally got out onto the course Poulter allowed the driver to have one shot per hole.
He even allowed him to have a "breakfast ball" for his first tee shot.
Poulter took to social media afterwards to post some snaps of their round.
He told his followers the target for Sainz Jr. will be to get him playing off five.
5 handicap, that’s the target @Carlossainz55 https://t.co/Pef2IIY0ih— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) October 27, 2021
Poulter also played with Lando Norris this week and duly mocked him, comparing him to European Tour player Camilo Villegas:
Who spidered it best?— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) October 27, 2021
Camilo Villegas☝ or @LandoNorris pic.twitter.com/4nPyENlRCm
Great afternoon’s golf with @LandoNorris & @ZBrownCEO ⛳️— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) October 28, 2021
Nothing beats a good drive. Next time it’s on your track let’s get the cars out pic.twitter.com/O6lOl2Dpqi