Ian Poulter dominated his kids in mini golf on Sunday afternoon.
By Coleman McDowell
Sunday, August 23, 2015

Ian Poulter's children learned a valuable lesson on Sunday: Don't challenge Dad to a mini-golf match.

On a Sunday afternoon off before the FedEx Cup playoffs, Poulter took his three children to play mini-golf. And Poulter's putting prowess carried over from the lush greens of PGA Tour venues to the bumpy felt of a putt-putt golf course.

Poulter posted a series of scorecard photos to his Twitter account updating his two million followers on the status of the match. The result? Poulter finished with an 11-under 32 with six hole-in-ones and only two three-putts. The main battle was for second place, as scores of 46, 47, 55 and 60 were carded.

In a year where his best finish was a T3 at the Honda Classic, Poults was pumped about his first victory of the season: "Boom first win of 2015. Get in. Have that kids. hahaha great fun."

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