Poulter hits back at criticism of his LIV Golf form

Ryder Cup legend Ian Poulter has hit back at critics and insists he will win again despite a string of poor results on LIV Golf.

Poulter, 48, switched his allegiance to the Saudi-backed circuit in 2022 and has failed to impress with his best finish being 11th at the London event last year.

The 12-time DP World Tour winner last triumphed on any Tour back in 2018 when he won the Houston Open in a play-off against Beau Hossler.

Despite the poor form, the Englishman is confident of turning things around and returning to the winners’ circle sooner rather than later.

“I don’t need to win again,” Poulter said on his Instagram page. “However I will, and those who don’t think or believe or feed negativity on here need to look in the mirror as they are probably hiding behind some issues.

“So please go seek help or consult in good friends. Having belief and drive and the will to succeed keeps us all working harder. Be happy, spread some happiness in some way. I promise it will help.”

The next LIV Golf tournament is scheduled for June 7-9 in Houston, a city – as previously mentioned – Poulter has won in.

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