No Limits: My Autobiography

October 4, 2019 - Comment

An autobiography from golf’s freshest, most individual voice 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 a Spurs youth player, right through to his match-winning contributions to successive European Ryder Cup Triumphs. Poulter went from

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An autobiography from golf’s freshest, most individual voice

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 a 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.

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Anonymous says:

Fore!!! I felt he was holding back as he was still in business of golf. He is an individual who is very focused, from where he came as an golf assistant in a pro shop to a top ten golfer. For me, goes to show it is a difficult issue to write your autobiography. I have learned about Ian Poulter and his belief, the extra point would have been if his career would have ended and he felt he did not have to sit on the bench about some of the golf world. I believe he will be a name in how golf will move…

Anonymous says:

Ryder cup crazy Really open book look at the man behind the flamboyant trousers. Ian is honest about how he has to work hard at his game, but he comes into his own when the pressure is on. Especially when the Ryder cup is at stake. He is not ashamed to spend the money he has worked hard to get, or explain about his OCD. A thorn in the side of Americans during all of the Ryder cups he has played in, and still to loose a singles match. I’m sure the next instalment will be just as good a read.

Anonymous says:

Working boy done good Ian Poulter is a golfer I can truly relate to, a grafter who has earned a place in golf folklore and a place in every Europeans heart for his exploits in the Ryder Cup, this is a refreshing book that I enjoyed every single page of.

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