Ian Poulter intent on leaving his PGA Championship ‘rubbish’ firmly in past

• Poulter wants to atone for ‘15 years of rubbish’ at Wentworth
• Rory McIlroy aiming to be more competitive in his off-weeks

Ian Poulter has vowed to atone for “15 years of rubbish” as he returns to England for the PGA Championship. The Englishman’s record at Wentworth supports his point; since 2000 he has recorded eight missed cuts with a 10th-place finish in 2012 easily his best placing.

“I have a love/hate for this place, I really have,” said Poulter. “I love it as a venue. I love it for the fans. I love that it’s the home of the European Tour. I love it for all the right reasons but I don’t love it because of my results.

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