IAN POULTER has hit back at the president of the PGA of America for calling him a "Lil Girl", labelling the comments "pretty shocking and disappointing".
Northern Irishman questions whether the president of the PGA of America should be resorting to controversial name-calling
The battle to keep a European Tour card will go right to the wire over the weekend with Peter Whiteford, Sihwan Kim and David Drysdale all in the frame for a last-ditch assault on the top 111 on The Race to Dubai.
PGA president Ted Bishop is a camera-obsessed buffoon and his petty insults towards Ian Poulter invite ridicule
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Scotland's Peter Whiteford leads the way at the halfway stage of the ISPS HANDA Perth International while England's James Morrison catapulted himself into contention by breaking the course record at Lake Karrinyup.
Compatriots William Harrold and Jason Palmer lead the way at ten under par atop a congested Foshan Open leaderboard.
Peter Whiteford overcame any concerns about potentially losing his card to post a second round 66 and grab a one shot lead at the halfway stage of the ISPS Handa Perth International.
Half of the victorious European Ryder Cup team as well as two Major winners and three former World Number Ones are amongst the first group of players to confirm their place in this year’s Nedbank Golf Challenge, the opening event of the 2015 European Tour season.
Briton says he is 'shocked and disappointed' at comments which came in response to his criticism of Nick Faldo in his new autobiography
England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff did not get the chance to take aim at the lead of the Blue Bay LPGA in China on Friday as heavy rains curtailed the second day's play.