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February 24, 2013

Ian Poulter


Q.  Some thoughts on the match that didn't turn out the way you had hoped?
IAN POULTER:  Yeah, I'm personally disappointed.  I think I would like the outcome to have been slightly different, but Hunter played very solid today.  He chipped it unbelievably well when he had to, and I think there was a key turn around 11 or 12.  I had a putt there to win the hole on 11 from about eight feet and I missed it, and then he hit the wrong club on 12, gone flying through the back of the green.  I put it in position on the back of the green, he chipped in.  Huge turnaround there.  I could have changed that match around at that point there.
And from that point there was no letup.  He pars the next couple of holes and I miss a short putt on 14.  So it was a shame, really.  I think it was tricky this afternoon with the wind, and it was very tricky to go at some of those pins.  It made it difficult.  But yeah, I'm a little bit disappointed, a couple of chip shots.

Q.  Any problem getting out to win this third and fourth place playoff, obviously lots of World Ranking points?
IAN POULTER:  Yeah.  You know, third and fourth, yeah, I'm going to go out there and try and win is what I'm going to try and do.  But I'm a little bit deflated at the minute.  Third or fourth, does it really matter?  Yes, it matters, so I guess I'm playing for a little bit of change, and more importantly some World Ranking points.  So I need to, in the next 50 minutes, get my head square and go out and play some golf.

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