SiriusXM Radio announced on Thursday that starting next year, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson will each host their own weekly radio show to talk everything golf.
Stenson's "dry humor" and Poulter's "brash" talk were both appealing to Sirius, so expect to hear more from both in the future.
"The trouble is I don't rate anyone else...Don't get me wrong, I really respect every professional golfer, but I know I haven't played to my full potential and when that happens, it will be just me and Tiger."
He got himself into big trouble in 2010 when, referring to Arsenal's (his favorite soccer team) loss to revival Tottenham Hotspur, he tweeted an anti-Semitic remark referring to the team as "yids." He later apologized, saying that he is "not racial in anyway [sic].""I was body-checked by a certain member of their side on Saturday afternoon...It was someone who just decided that I wasn't there and they would like to walk through me, as opposed to walking around me, as I was walking off the [14th] tee. "He decided to drop his right shoulder into me. I said, 'that was awfully nice' and he said, 'What?'"
I am sacking my putter, I will use a new putter at the Open. Putter manufacturers please send me some to try to my IJP office please.-- Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) July 7, 2013
My putter is selected for the week. It is an Odyssey White Damascus. Rolling it very nice. Testing over for now. http://t.co/tU4ICJPr72-- Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) July 16, 2013
This baba boo shit & mash potato crap shouting wouldn't happen at Augusta, The Open, nor would it happen at Wimbledon. Tazer the thrushes.-- Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) August 11, 2013