Ian Poulter looks to boost Ryder Cup chances at BMW PGA Championship but wary of poor record at Wentworth
- Ian Poulter heads to Wentworth’s knowing a good display will help his chances of making the European team for this year’s Ryder Cup
- But the 42-year-old has been outspoken in his disdain for the West Course
- Poulter has recorded one top 10 finish in 14 attempts at the European Tour event
Ian Poulter will put his love-hate relationship with Wentworth to the test as he looks to boost his Ryder Cup chances in the BMW PGA Championship.
Poulter has previously made no secret of his dislike for the West Course at European Tour headquarters, especially after the controversial redesign by Ernie Els in 2010.
But with the £5.2 million event marking the next phase in Ryder Cup qualifying, with points earned from now on multiplied by 1.5, the 42-year-old knows strong performances in Europe this summer will be crucial in making the team which will attempt to regain the trophy in Paris in September.
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