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It is fair to say that Poulter wasn't happy, but he wished this troll "nothing but the best".
He's got the fire and passion just like his father, who has been a talisman Team Europe in the Ryder Cup...
Poulter sees the funny side after hitting a HOSEL ROCKET with his first tee shot in Dubai.
The European Ryder Cup legend decided to take on this troll in an interesting way.
Ian Poulter believes that the minimum loft on drivers on the PGA Tour should be capped at 9˚.
Scottie Scheffler is in hot pursuit of his first victory on the PGA Tour and he was just four shots behind Martin Trainer after his second round of the Houston Open.
The Postman took to social media to announce his son will be a Florida Gator.
It appears a good night's sleep was not enough for the Postman to dust off a quadruple bogey at Mayakoba on the PGA Tour.
Matthew Wolff is making his third appearance of the PGA Tour season at the World Wide Technology Championship and he fired an incredible 61 in the first round.
It is safe to say Wolff has returned to his best form through 18 holes at the World Wide Technology Championship in Mexico.
Ian Poulter posts hilarious video of him jumping into a cocktail during his week off from the PGA Tour.
F1 driver's PR manager calls him out over his golfing habits.
Poulter is no stranger to ribbing other players on social media so we should have expected this...
Tiger Woods reportedly cannot stand Ian Poulter, according to PGA Tour coach.
They are one of the most iconic high-performance car brands on the market, but now they are entering the golf business.
The Postman posted the update on his Instagram stories and included a bomb emoji as he called out the Ryder Cup sensation.
The Postman is in Las Vegas for the upcoming CJ Cup and judging by his social media is enjoying the Strip.
The former Chicago Bulls all time great shares his thoughts on the Ryder Cup and the Postman.
Check out when your favourite PGA Tour players are teeing it up in Las Vegas on Thursday and Friday.
The 2021 European Ryder Cup team was one of the most cohesive sides that we have seen, and Ian Poulter is still clinging on to the memories.
Padraig Harrington wanted the decision to be made for him but it meant out-of-form players were in his side.
It's time for Europe's ageing army to make way for new blood in what could be an era of dominance for the United States.
Ian Poulter prepared for the Ryder Cup in the only way he knows how: through the medium of dance...
"I think I did what I needed to do. I'm quite a practical person, but I know I needed to be more than that when you're the Ryder Cup captain."