Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Ian Poulter fighting for US PGA Tour future

 at this week's Valero Texas Open    

Poulter missed several months of last season with a foot injury and has been playing under a medical extension during the early part of this campaign.
The Englishman was well-placed to challenge for a first win since 2012 during the final of last week's RBC Heritage, only to end in a tie for 11th and five strokes short of eventual winner Wesley Bryan.
Poulter has been a member of the PGA Tour since 2005
Poulter has been a member of the US PGA Tour since 2005

A disappointing two-over 73 on Sunday at Hilton Head means Poulter heads to TPC San Antonio for his 10th and final start of the exemption still needing $30,624 to keep his card.
Poulter was frustrated by his final round in South Carolina, with the five-time Ryder Cup star now requiring, roughly, a top-30 finish to maintain his playing rights.                                         
Anything less would see him lose his full PGA Tour card and rely on sponsor's invitations for the remainder of the season.



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