Ian Poulter was going along nicely in Round 2 of the UBS Hong Kong Open until a quadruple bogey at the par-4 15th derailed him.
After needing three shots to extricate his ball from a greenside bunker and eventually putting out for an 8, he walked toward a TV cameraman and said, "Next time I'm ready to play my shot, don't run behind me." You can click here to see the video.
Poulter finished with a 2-over 72 and was tied for 49th entering the weekend.
A simple snowman makes everyone feel better Don't run behind me when I'm ready to hit. I was ready he wasn't. Simple mistake. https://t.co/HvDBZfg2eY— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) December 9, 2016