Poulter Leaving Puma/Cobra, As Told By Adam Fonseca

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Friend of SFG, the Chicago Duffer – Adam Fonseca, has his own website and perhaps you frequent it like you do my shit hole here. If not, you’re going to start getting some cross over posts from Adam on this site. You might get some of mine over there if he wants to slum his place up with my drivel. Here’s the first contribution to ShutFaceGolf from the Duffer in which Adam discusses Ian Poulter moving on from his Cobra/Puma deal:

Adam can be read at ChicagoDuffer.com and followed on Twitter @AdamFonsecaGolf.

IAN POULTER LEAVES COBRA-PUMA GOLF

In a somewhat surprising move, European Tour/PGA Tour star Ian Poulter has announced on Twitter that he is no longer sponsored by equipment brand COBRA-PUMA Golf.

Ian Poulter Leaves Cobra

Poulter didn’t have the greatest season in 2014, recording his highest finish on the PGA Tour (2nd) at the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament way back in November 2013. He also missed the cut four times throughout the year, which includes an abysmal performance at The Open Championship last July.

Where Poulter will land next is anybody’s guess. According to GolfWRX, the Brit recently filmed a commercial promoting Titleist’s golf balls, which indicates he will not choose a new sponsor that would require him to make a change to his ball. Of course, there are plenty of players who have a “mixed bag” of sorts when it comes to equipment sponsorships, especially when Titleist golf balls are in the conversation.

Which company do you think would be the best fit for Ian Poulter’s new sponsor?

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