Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Ian Poulter   (Getty Images)
Ian Poulter (Getty Images)

The Life on Tour podcast presented by Hilton returns for a second season and we’re kicking off the new series with 12-time European Tour winner and Ryder Cup talisman Ian Poulter.

Last season we were joined by a number of the European Tour’s biggest personalities including Luke Donald, Tommy Fleetwood, Martin Kaymer, 2018 Ryder Cup Captain Thomas Bjorn, 2020 Ryder Cup Captain Pádraig Harrington, legendary caddies Billy Foster, John McLaren and Fanny Sunesson, now a renowned coach. Life on Tour takes listeners inside the ropes to give an insight into what life is really like on tour.


We sat down with Poulter at Woburn Golf Club, where "The Postman” talked us through his youth in the Milton Keynes area, his love of sport and turning professional with a handicap of four.  

He talks Ryder Cups, chest-thumping celebrations, playing in West Africa, naked photoshoots, last-minute trips to Hong Kong, plane rides with Tiger and that Saturday afternoon match at Medinah.   

The European Tour and its Official Partner Hilton are continuing our mission to give fans a unique view of professional golf.

Featuring some of the game’s great characters both past and present – from Major Champions, Ryder Cup heroes, broadcasters and more – we dive deep inside the stories you want to hear with no subject out of bounds.

Subscribe, download and listen now to the Life on Tour podcast on either iTunes/Apple Podcasts or Acast.


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