Ian Poulter Rips Hideki Matsuyama on Twitter

By Adam Fonseca 03/08/2014

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    Ian Poulter is playing alongside Hideki Matsuyama during today’s third round at the 2014 WGC – Cadillac Championship. Why is that newsworthy? Because last night, Poulter ripped Matsuyama on Twitter, and it wasn’t pretty.

    As you can see, Poulter was less-than-pleased with Matsuyama’s care of the greens at Trump Doral’s Blue Monster course. He even went so far as to call Matsuyama an “idiot,” citing a “crater” that Hideki left in the green on hole no. 13.

    Poulter is never shy to share his opinion on Twitter, but it appears this time he’s got good reason to complain. Although calling someone an “idiot” might be a bit immature.

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