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Another Reason to Dislike Ian Poulter: "Windjury"

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If you go full tilt at a driver and the ball blows off, you can injure yourself. If you go full tilt at a driver and make contact with the ball, that’s perfectly safe 🙃

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Geez, he has to know he comes off like a jackass with comments like that. 

Maybe he should consider overspeed training?????

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Poulter is a PINK SHIRT tool.

Matsuyama should have punched out Poulter when he tried to shame Godzilla on Twitter vs speaking to Hideki face to face in the locker room about Hideki's poor etiquette on the putting green damaging it.

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Ewan Murray: Hideki Matsuyama was clearly unwise to damage the 13th green at Doral but Poulter, a generous-spirited player, had no business...

 

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I thought a "windjury" was when you farted too hard? :-D

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If you miss the ball the only thing insured it´s going to be your ego. 

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Injuries can happen to even the most athletic golfers...

John

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