Ian Poulter enters the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club with +9000 odds after making the cut in his last event here, the 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge, placing third. Before Poulter tees off in Fort Worth, Texas, let’s analyze his recent performances to help you place your best bets.
Recent Tournaments: Ian Poulter
|Date||Tournament||Finish||Score||Strokes Off Leader||Earnings|
|May 19-22||PGA Championship||MC||76-69 (+5)||—||$0|
|May 12-15||AT&T Byron Nelson||59||69-68-71-68 (-12)||14||$20,202|
|April 14-17||RBC Heritage||42||71-68-67-73 (-5)||275||$27,600|
|March 31 – April 3||Valero Texas Open||MC||71-74 (+1)||—||$0|
Recent Form Insights: Ian Poulter
- In his past four events, Poulter has an average finish of 51st.
- He has qualified for the weekend in two of his past four appearances.
- Poulter has not posted a score better than the tournament average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his past four tournaments.
- He has finished with an average score of -9 those two times he made the cut.
- Poulter has finished below par eight times and carded seven better-than-average rounds over his last 12 played.
- He has posted a top-10 score twice in his last 12 rounds.
Last 4 Tournaments Breakdown: Ian Poulter
|Tournaments||Within 3 Strokes||Within 5 Strokes||Under AVG|
Last Time Out
- Poulter finished in the 19th percentile on the eight par-3 holes at the PGA Championship, averaging 3.38 strokes.
- His 4.17-stroke average on the 24 par-4 holes at the PGA Championship ranked in the 48th percentile of the field (the tournament average was 4.15 strokes on par 4s).
- Poulter shot better than 85% of the competitors at the PGA Championship on the tournament’s four par-5 holes, averaging 4.50 strokes per hole compared to the field average of 4.84.
- Poulter did not record a birdie on any of the eight par-3 holes at the PGA Championship (the other golfers averaged 0.9).
- On the eight par-3 holes at the PGA Championship, Poulter had less bogeys or worse (two) than the tournament average of 3.3.
- Poulter’s two birdies or better on the 24 par-4 holes at the PGA Championship were less than the field average of 4.6.