Ian Poulter is one of golf's most charismatic figures, with an appeal extending way beyond his sport. Here he tells his inspirational story, from his early rejection as an Spurs youth player, right through to his match-winning contributions to successive European Ryder Cup Triumphs.
Poulter went from an Assistant Professional staffing the club shop to a global superstar, turning pro when he still had a handicap of 4 but the drive and self-belief to make it to the top. His infectious optimism, will power and flair have ensured he remains one of the biggest names on the tour.
As well as insights into the crucial moments in his career, and the life of a professional golfer, he talks about his passions outside the game, including his own riotous brand of clothing. Just as Poulter's appearance on the scene came as a refreshing antidote to a sport that was staid and stuffy, so his own book is as forthright and passionate as Poults himself.
A must for any golfer
A very honest and interesting insight into a fascinating golfer!
This book is just a long list of excuses for some dreadful behaviour in golf. Excuses for being a massive show off.
Ian Poulter has never inspired me and this book has not improved my view of him, all it has done is to confirm what I thought of him as a show off.
Inspiring and honest account of a bloke who achieved greatness through determination. Only marked it down due to the narrator. Supposed to sound like Poults but failed badly. Awful lazy annoying English. Shame.