Poulter holes out on 15, goes full Poulter


The sleeping giant awoke.

After getting routed Friday morning and sitting Friday afternoon, Ian Poulter stayed quiet for 14 holes in his fourball match with Rory McIlroy on Saturday morning. And then he went full Poulter.

After leaving his second shot well short of the par-4 15th green, Poulter holed this running chip for birdie, setting off a trademark Ian Poulter-Ryder Cup-bug-eyed freakout.

The birdie would allow he and McIlroy to halve the hole, before another Poulter birdie on 16 squared anchor match against Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker for good, resulting in a half-point for both sides.