Poulter ready for vengeance at Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 2011

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Poulter ready for vengeance at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship 2011
Ian Poulter is ready to hit the stage of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship in January, to take enact vengeance upon the trophy he narrowly missed in 2010.
The Englishman confirmed this news on Wednesday evening in front of the press in Wales. He said, “Everybody wants to win this championship and coming so close in 2010 really spurs me on. The crowds were amazing last year and I
hope I will give them something to cheer about when I tee off in January.”
The last time, Poulter teed off was at National Course, Dubai, he gave a superb performance and pushed the tournament into a play-off. His 30-foot birdie putt missed the 18th pin and forced the flamboyant player to settle
for the second spot.
Commenting on this year’s experience, Poulter said, “I played great last year and although I came pretty close, Martin was the deserved winner. If I hadn’t thrown in a 70 on the Friday, I think I could have snuck past him. But
knowing the National course suits my game certainly gives me confidence ahead of the 2011 Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.”
The confidence, which Poulter mentioned in his statement, arrived in the package of 2010. The player won WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship earlier this year and followed it with a triumph at the UBS Hong Kong Open. To sweeten
the deal, he lifted the trophy of the Shark Shoot Out in December, alongside Dustin Johnson, and surged up to the position of World No.8.
However, the witty Englishman should not ignore the presence of the defending champion, Martin Kaymer in the tournament. The German will be teeing off alongside, Graeme McDowell, Phil Mickelson, Lee Westwood, Paul Casey, and Louis
A stellar field is ready to put up a fight for the Falcon trophy, which awaits her master on the course of the Abu Dhabi Golf Course from January 20th – 23rd. Ian Poulter will be part of the field with a powerful
form and lots of energy. Whether Poulter wins the title or gives it up for the second time in a row, he will be the source of all the excitement on the final day.



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