Ian Poulter: 'I played damn good'
CASARES, Spain -- Top-ranked Lee Westwood may have been giving an honest assessment of Ian Poulter's play but it sounded like sour grapes.
A rare defeat left his No. 1 ranking in jeopardy. Westwood followed up convincing group-stage wins at the World Match Play Championship by shooting a 67 in his final 16 match against Ryder Cup teammate Poulter. He still lost by 1 hole and could be supplanted as No. 1 by England's Luke Donald or German Martin Kaymer on Sunday.
Maybe he just ...
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