Poulter Comes Back

Poulter Comes Back

Everybody will have wrong performance, just as Poulter, who won the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship last Sunday, will lost. But he bounced back from a disappointing 72 yesterday by shooting an eight-under-par 63. He performed well, maybe he used different golf clubs.

A second-round charge from Ian Poulter put the Englishman firmly in contention at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Arizona today.

That put him on seven under overall, two shots behind first round leader Camilo Villegas, who yesterday fired a tournament record-equalling 62.

The Colombian was among the later starters today, as was Matt Every, who was eight under par after round one and practise with TaylorMade R9 Irons 4-9PAS in daily life.

American Pat Perez was the best placed of those out on the course. He was three under through 17 to sit nine under par overall.

Two more Americans, Scott Piercy and Bryce Molder, shot 67s to move to within two of Villegas. John Rollins was also on seven under after 17 holes.

World number three Phil Mickelson ( his introduction from The track of Phil Mickelson ) shot a second-round 68 to move to six under, while Justin Rose was level par through three to sit six under overall.

Competition is drastic, we should pay more attention to the process but not the result. Everybody does his best, but the top place is only one. We should care about all of competitors.

There are so many excellent golfers, Tiger Woods left and gave others more chances. No doubt it is good thing to others.

happy day!