Ian Poulter issues apology to fans at LIV Golf Adelaide

Ian Poulter had yet another challenging week in the LIV Golf League as the Majesticks’ problems persist.

Ian Poulter apologized on social media to Australian supporters for his poor performance at LIV Golf Adelaide over the weekend.

Poulter, 48, finished a dismal T52 on 4-over par after carding dismal rounds of 72, 74, and 74.

That was only two shots ahead of Anthony Kim, who finished last on 6-over par, and in second place overall.

With just one top-10 result from six starts, Poulter’s 2024 LIV Golf League campaign is off to a difficult start.

That resulted in a T8 at the March LIV Golf Hong Kong.

Poulter is a co-captain of the Majesticks GC, who came in last on 11-under par for the week in Adelaide.

That put them 19 shots below the next-best squad.

The team also includes Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood, and Sam Horsfield.

Apart from a disappointing week on the greens for the European Ryder Cup hero and his Majesticks GC, the Englishman acknowledged that he was enjoying his time in Adelaide once more.

Cameron Smith, a local favorite, stated that LIV Golf Adelaide was the “best tournament” he had ever participated in, and Poulter’s remarks echoed his sentiments.

At the Grange Golf Club, LIV Golf Adelaide created a new attendance record for the circuit with 94,000 attendees.

At LIV Golf Adelaide, in addition to seeing some of the biggest names in golf compete, there was also a live DJ set by well-known Australian producer Fisher following the action in the second round.

Poulter posted the following on his social media accounts after performing a “shoey” next to Fisher on stage on Saturday night:

“Adelaide, you were very sophisticated and you set new standards that everyone had to abide by. The audience was among the best I have ever performed for. I cherish each of you. I apologize; my game was awful. I’ll see you in the following year.”

In response to his detractors, LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman said he “feels sorry” for them during the tournament’s last round, citing LIV Golf Adelaide’s apparent success.

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