US Masters 2013: Poulter Eyeing Green Jacket at Augusta

He was the inspiration that sparked a remarkable victory for Europe in the Ryder Cup at Medinah last year, the man who was praised by his teammates for a workmanlike ethic which saw him dominate in all four matches to strive forth a victory that simply didn’t look very likely until he stepped onto the greens in Chicago, but now Ian Poulter has his eyes set firmly on a new prize – the Green Jacket at Augusta.

The Englishman’s best finish at the US Masters stands at 7th and he has made the cut on all 8 occasions that he has played at the event. His determination and drive to win has seen him brush aside many adversities which have threatened to delay his progress, and this year Ian Poulter feels like he can finally cap off a good career with a lovely coloured Green Jacket.

When asked about the possibility of him actually achieving his goal, Poulter said, "We all dream, don't we."I'm a never say never guy. I think every golfer that has ever played the game has envisaged holing that putt on the 18th to slip a Green Jacket on.