Video: Horschel drops Poulter with high five


If you needed more evidence that Tom Watson should not have left FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel off the Ryder Cup team, feast your eyes on what Billy Ho could have done to Ian Poulter back at Gleneagles.

Paired with Poulter this week at the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Naples, and sensing Poulter was weak from jamming his club into the lip of the bunker, this is how Horschel celebrated his partner's hole-out from the sand on 12:

I haven't seen a sell job that good since last year's Wrestlemania. 

Horschel and Poulter finished three shots back of wire-to-wire winners Cameron Tringale and Jason Day. The countdown to Horschel-Poulter in Sunday Singles in 2016 starts now.