Words matter. These are the best Ian Poulter Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I never had an amateur career; I didn’t go to college in America; when I came out on tour nobody knew who I was.
You don’t have to be a mathematician to work out that Rory McIlroy is going to have more chances at 25 than I am at 38. The clock is ticking. It would be nicer to be a multiple-major winner than a major winner. But it would be nice to be a major winner, at the minute!
I cleaned up everything behind the scenes and simplified my life. I made some changes in my staff. I changed management, my accountants, my bookkeeping team. I had a full refresh. For me that was extremely important.
I have always been a very opinionated person and I wanted to wear stylish clothes on the course that suit my personality and taste. And I like the freedom I have to create them.
Playing the DP World Tour Championship at the Earth Course is always a great week.
It’s not about the pennies as such, but what I’ve been able to create for the family. I have done that better than I could have ever dreamed.
I’m mad enough not to ever need a sports psychologist, because I really believe in myself.
I want to be the best at what I do when I go out to play golf, and so when I was building my house, I wanted the best.
I never thought for one minute that I couldn’t win another tournament or I couldn’t make another Ryder Cup team. That’s not in my make-up. If I feel good in myself and feel good in everything I’m doing, on and off the course, then I’m of the mind-set that I can get it done.
If I stop playing golf today I can sit back with the kids and reflect on an amazing journey. I do it often. I think you have to feel that you are grounded in this crazy world I live in.
I wasn’t the most talented player as a kid. Whenever I look back at the old footage, I didn’t swing it very well and I didn’t strike it pretty well, but I managed to score pretty well.
No one has ever given me anything. No one gave me a tour card, no one gave me a US tour card, no one gave me a nice house and a Ferrari: I’ve had to work for every penny I have earned and I’m proud of that.
I have always been confident. I know my own mind, what I’m able to do. I will never sit down and dwell.
I think 2019 has been a successful season. When I look at the start of the year, that was very, very strong.
I am not someone that is going to give up. I just don’t do that.
You don’t want to let on how hurt you are because some people will see that as a sign of weakness, they might use it against you.
I’m stunned at some of the stuff Johnny Miller comes out with sometimes. He is very harsh and frankly I find some of the stuff he sees very disrespectful.
I wouldn’t change anything about my career. I don’t need my legacy to be anything.
I play to win. And if I string together four of my best rounds at the Masters then there’s no doubt about it – I will wear the jacket.
I never put doubt in myself and that’s single-handedly one of the most important things in whatever it is you’re going to do.
Being mentally strong is something I’ve always been very good at and sometimes you just have to dig a bit deeper.
Long-term effects of taking painkillers and anti-inflammatories are never really good. To find another form of relief has been great.
I am the clotheshorse out on the course and the better I play the more people watch me out on the course and the more the clothes get exposure in front of the TV cameras.
I don’t care if someone wants to say something derogatory or spiteful anymore. As I’ve grown older I’ve become wiser to the fact that vindictive people take pride in trying to make other people feel bad. I enjoy my life. If someone doesn’t like what I do, that’s up to them, I really don’t care.
With Twitter I am in control of whatever it is I want to say.