Ian Poulter’s Meltdown

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Ian Poulter's Meltdown Ian Poulter was even par through 11 holes on Friday before a disastrous triple-bogey 7 on the par-4 12th hole. After making par at 13, he doubled 14 and 15 and withdrew with an undisclosed injury. In this sequence, you can see how he made his 7 — it included a thrown club and a three putt.
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Poulter's drive found the right rough, where he tried to chop it out.
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His second shot only traveled a few feet. In frustration, Poulter tossed his club into the thick grass.
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Poulter stepped away with the club shaking in the grass.
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He returned with a hybrid club for another swing.
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This time he got out, landing his ball just short and right of the green. He chipped on and three-putted for a triple bogey.
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Poulter made par on the 13th hole but double bogeyed the 14th and 15th before withdrawing due to an undisclosed injury. Read more about Poulter's meltdown and exit.