Sunday, April 30, 2017

Ian Poulter has US PGA Tour playing card restored after calculation error

Ian Poulter has had his full US PGA Tour playing privileges restored after an oversight in the calculation of FedExCup points he had earned.
Poulter had been playing under a medical exemption for the early part of the 2016-17 season and initially needed $347,634 or 218.42 FedExCup points from 10 events to retain his full card.
The five-time Ryder Cup star appeared to fall short following a missed cut at last week's Valero Texas Open, but now retains his card for the rest of the season as the targets didn't take into account changes to the FedExCup points system



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