England’s Ian Poulter has managed to get himself back into the top 10 in the world once again by coming fourth in the WGC-Accenture Match Play.
Poulter battled it out yesterday in the semi-final against Hunter Mahan before unfortunately losing 4&3 to the American, but it was still good enough to see him move up three places in the world rankings.
Poulter was the top European in the field of 64 taking part last week and with a slightly better putting display could’ve progressed into the final.
He has a pretty record in this event as you would imagine, and did win it back in 2010. He loves match play and loves the whole camaraderie that comes with it.
I get the feeling that this could be a good year for Ian Poulter. He seems more focused than ever and has matured quite a lot in recent years as a person and as a player.