Ian Poulter, who was engaged with D+D Real Czech Masters in the Czech Republic last week, complained of being “humiliated” by the DP World Tour, which according to him has been denied media coverage since his “exile” at LIV Golf.
There is always a high probability of improvement in the European Tour, PGA Tour declaring him persona non grata from exile LIV Golf, Ian Poulter46 did not hesitate to express the same dissatisfaction through social networks DP World Tour. According to the British golfer, this made him something of an outcast, although he could still compete in tournaments in the 2022 season.
According to him and as reported by our colleagues GolfMagicThe British were to receive an icy welcome in Prague last week. D+D Real Czech Masters German Maximilian Kieffer won.
🚨Ian Poulter said that DP World TOUR has now blocked him from accessing his highlights from Czech Masters. Poulter played this week’s event. “I thought I was still a DP World TOUR member but I guess he has other ideas,” he wrote. pic.twitter.com/2Nx4vjcBXg
— NUCLR GOLF (@NUCLRGOLF) 21 August 2022
” I’m really sorry guys for not being on the TV show of the tournament.so sorry instagram appeals to his supporters. And yet not to try. We were almost going to hole one up this Sunday at 16 but it was clearly not noticed by the DP World Tour. It would be nice to point out though. I thought I was still a DP World Tour member but I guess they don’t think so… I still am but I am treated differently from another member. »
the person we are looking for Mr Ryder Cup He’s definitely paying the price for his decision to sue the European Tour along with LIV Golf’s three other “opponents” here, Adrian Otaegui, Justin Harding and Brandon Graceand finally winning the case to be at the head of the case creation Scottish Open 7 July.
His reputation has since taken a huge hit, as evidenced by those first-round boos on Thursday. 150th Open in St Andrews. compatriot barry strip even blamed him, because tried to destroy » DP World Tour. Hello atmosphere!
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