Ian Poulter asked if he was “p***ed last night” in brilliant footage with caddie
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Ian Poulter had fans in stitches after being asked whether he was "p****** last night" during the opening round of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.
Poulter, one of the game's great characters, was considering his approach to the green on the 15th hole when the hilarious exchange occurred.
Before taking on the shot, Poulter enquired to his caddie: "33 on 3 from the right you've got this pin, yeah?"
To which his caddie, Terry Mundy, hilariously replied: "Were you p***** when you did the pins last night or something?"
Poulter, with a wry smile on his face, answered back: "Tired."
The world No.56 shared the clip on social media with the words: "33 on 3 from the right and Terry I wasn’t P€#%£¥ last night when I did the pins. It’s all a good laugh and wouldn’t have it any other way."
Golf fans loved the hilarious video and took to the comments to show their appreciation for the Englishman.
One person said: "Love the dynamic you guys have, class."
While someone else added: "Absolutely entertaining all the time, love it."
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Poulter enjoyed a solid opening day in Abu Dhabi, carding a first round of 66 to finish the day six under and three shots off the lead, which is held by Scotland's Scott Jamieson.
The 46-year-old made five birdies in his opening six holes as he enjoyed a wonderful start to the first Rolex Series event of the year.
He'll be hoping to build on that on day two, and he already has one eye on events after the Abu Dhabi tournament.
"I've got a really busy schedule coming up," Poulter said afterwards.
"I'm playing seven of the first eight weeks and I'm not in The Masters, and that's really annoying.
"I should have had that done at the back end of last year when I should have really taken care of it in a tournament where I was lying top-10 and missed the cut, that was terrible."
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