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‘It’s Sad’ That Ian Poulter ‘Probably’ Won’t Be Ryder Cup Captain – Paul McGinley

Paul McGinley says “it’s sad” that Ian Poulter will probably never captain Europe at the Ryder Cup after moving to LIV Golf.

Poulter is synonymous with the Ryder Cup, playing for Europe seven times and winning five Ryder Cups. His most iconic appearance came at Medinah in 2012, where he birdied the final five holes on Saturday afternoon to win a crucial point alongside Rory McIlroy and give Jose Maria Olazabal’s side momentum heading into the incredible 10-6 comeback on the final day.