This week's Honda Classic is probably the PGA Tour stop where you'll see the least amount of courtesy cars in the parking lot. With so many players living in nearby Jupiter, Fla., much of the field is taking advantage by sleeping in their own beds and driving their own vehicles to the course. Take Rory McIlroy, who is arriving at PGA National in style this week in a beautiful Ferrari -- a beautiful Ferrari once owned by Ian Poulter.
McIlroy didn't flaunt his Ferrari, but Poulter, a known car collector, showed it off on Instagram, because he misses his baby. And we don't blame him. This is one sweet ride:
Sorry, Ian. Although, we think he'll manage. . .