I was a bit taken aback by Ian Poulter’s lack of backbone when recently interviewed about the LIV Tour by a panel of journalists. But it was one journalist in particular who rather stumped him.
It went something like this. Would you play in a tour if Vladmir Putin was at the head of it?
At this point I wish I could have been in the room to see him and Westy cringing at this excellent question, given that Saudi Arabia are brazenly heading up the LIV Tour.
Ian came out with ‘that’s a speculative question and I’m not going to answer it’
I suppose, Ian, you meant ‘hypothetical’ ?
And also, I reckon you’ve being watching too much ‘Today in Parliament’ because that’s the sort of deflection that Bojo would try on. Except he would at least get the right word.
However, the journalist then delivered a knock-out follow up in asking, essentially, if there were any moral grounds upon which he would not tee it up for loads of money.
Ian answered ‘I don’t have to answer that question’
To me this raises just two questions.
Does he not understand the meaning of the word ‘moral’ ? or has he simply got the ethical outlook of a Donald Trump and anything beyond getting a birdie is outwith his mental grasp?
Poor, poor stuff Mr Poulter.
Almost as bad as General Flynn invoking the 5th Amendment when asked about whether force should ever be used to prevent the peaceful transition of power!
You and Flynn are utter blockheads I’m afraid.
Quite astonishing really.
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MMM Keith i quite like Ian Poulter but dont support Saudi buying golf ,easy come easy go.They will drop it as fast as its coast erodes.
Gary, I indeed could be wrong about the man as I have never met him to be honest. One can be wrong of course. I just don’t like what I see from the outside.
The Saudi’s buying golf manifestly stinks and I don’t believe it’s good for the old fair game.