- Rory McIlroy wants Ryder Cup to be free of LIV players
- Poulter: ‘We can still qualify for the team as far as I am aware’
Ian Poulter has insisted his Ryder Cup days are far from over, while dismissing any sense he has turned his back on the biennial joust between Europe and the US by signing for LIV Golf.
Poulter, an iconic figure for the European team, is at the forefront of a legal challenge to the DP World Tour aimed at allowing LIV golfers to feature on that circuit. Regardless of the outcome of that, the assumption is Poulter, Sergio García, Lee Westwood and other LIV rebels will not feature in the Ryder Cup ever again. Rory McIlroy has been firm in his belief that the Ryder Cup should be a LIV-free zone.
Written by Ewan Murray at Doral
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