Ian Poulter is a professional golfer from England

Ian Poulter is a professional golfer from England, who is currently a member of the two top professional golf tours in the world - the European Tour and the United States based US PGA Tour. He is a two time World Golf Championship winner with his wins at the World Golf Championship - Accenture Match Play Championship in 2010 and the World Golf Championship - HSBC Champions in 2012, which catapulted him to a career high ranking of fifth in the Official Golf World Rankings.

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Tom Lewis – Golf Member of European Tour

Tom Lewis is an English golfer who plays professionally as a member of the European Tour. Having won the Boys Amateur Championship at the fabled Royal St. George's in 2009, Lewis lost a closely contested battle against Peter O'Malley in a playoff for the New South Wales Open the following year. His performances in the Local Final Qualifying at Rye earned him a place at the Open Championship of 2011, which was held at the Royal St. George's.

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Duval joins Golf Channel as an expert

David Duval, the former world number one golfer, has joined Golf Channel as analyst. David is expected to be on set for many of the top events of the year, and that includes World Golf Championship tournaments - Players Championship, Florida swing, and Presidents/Ryder Cup and FedEx Cup playoffs. David, who has worked as a guest expert for the last 3 years, will come along during Golf Central pre and post-match events along with Brandel Chamblee.

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Ryder Cup Turns A Disastrous Experience For Simpson

As far as Ryder Cup is concerned it continues to bring in analysis from the players even in its 40th year. It is from the mouth of Webb Simpson who is gearing up for the first time after Gleneagles at the Hospital for the Children Open called Shriners. Webb Simpson is the defending champion.

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Lee Westwood – 15 and Confident

The European Ryder Cup contender, Lee Westwood, confidently reported that his finish at number 15 at the USPGA will guarantee him a wildcard entry to the tournament.

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Lee Westwood – 15 and Confident

The European Ryder Cup contender, Lee Westwood, confidently reported that his finish at number 15 at the USPGA will guarantee him a wildcard entry to the tournament.

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Canadian Open Quite Optimistic About Having Tiger Woods Play In Montreal

In the upcoming month’s RBC Canadian Open taking place at the Royal Montreal Golf Club, there is sure going to be few golf big shots; however, there is still a lot of room left for more. Bill Paul, the director of the tournament confirmed this Tuesday that Charl Schwartzel, Dustin Johnson, Chris Kirk, Charley Hoffman and Matt Every are going to be a part of the tournament. Tiger Woods, although hasn’t been playing for some time now, courtesy his injury, however woods as an option hasn’t been ruled out completely.

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Rory McElroy all set to tie the knot

Irish golfer Rory McElroy is planning to get married to his long time girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki at a grand wedding at New York, as reported by various leading press sources. The Irish golfer and the Danish tennis star have been together for a long time and the news of their impending marriage is doing rounds in the world media. Various sources have revealed that the couple have decided to get married at the Big Apple in a lavish ceremony later this year.

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McDowell tied tenth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational

American golfer Graeme McDowell suffered a double bogey early on the 17th as he finished at the tenth position in the Arnold Palmer Invitation tournament after a mediocre two under par 70 at the Bay Hill tournament. The player from Portush carded a birdie on the sixth hole and then picked up shots at the 11, 12 and 14 to finally move to eight under. The result was quite a shock for the spectators as it was not the expected result and Every will celebrate his first ever PGA Tour title in his golf career.

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Woods Becomes The Highest Earner In Golf

The golf maestro, Tiger Woods, also the world number one has reached a record breaking income of US $1.3 billion in his career. He also leads the income list in the Golf Digest 50 where Adam Scott, the Australian stands in the eight position. This is the 11th time that Tiger Woods is topping the charts and in addition to what he has already got there is a list of many more other earnings such as off the course earnings that amounts to US $71 million and other prize money that has amounted to US $12 million.

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