Ian 'Pingpong' Poulter Is At It Again

By Matthew Castonguay 04/24/2014

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    Just days after he and Jason Dufner teamed up to take on some former world champion pingpong players, Ian Poulter was at it again. This time, he took on Jan Ove Waldner, a two-time Olympic table tennis medalist. Luckily, European Tour golfer Brett Rumford was there to record:

    Poulter looks like he's got some game, though I'm not going to lie, I don't think Waldner has his foot all the way on the gas in this video. I don't know, maybe I'm a skeptic. Either way, Poulter, like seemingly everyone else in golf right now, loves pingpong. Surely, his exhibition appearance with Jason Dufner prepared him for this match.

    Hopefully the full video of this surfaces. I know I'd be interested in seeing what kind of game Poulter really has on the pingpong table.  

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