Ian Poulter says he 'won't choose' to compete in the BMW PGA Championship again and is willing to face the consequences.
The lucrative LIV Golf series, backed by Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund, has split golf, leaving the PGA and DP World Tours broken. Several of the world's most notable players have
switched to LIV Golf, including Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, and Phil Mickelson
Players who joined LIV Golf - bankrolled by a Saudi Arabian dictatorship known for human rights violations - were granted immediate and indefinite bans from the PGA Tour
Poulter was able to play in the final round of the PGA Championship at Wentworth. Shane Lowry won after Poulter and other LIV Golf stars were criticised by other players.
"This week's followers were classy. I adore playing in front of you and signing for so many youngsters. I hope it's not my last, but I won't choose.