Ian Poulter leaves dark comment on Twitter after European Ryder Cup team fails to wish him a happy birthday

Ian Poulter’s recent reply to the European Ryder Cup Twitter account wasn’t intended to be funny, but his complaint about a non-existing birthday post from the organization will likely make you chuckle.

On Jan. 10, Poulter turned 47. During his professional golf career, he represented Europe on seven occasions at the biannual duel against the Americans, including the most recent match in 2021 at Whistling Straits.

However, since his move to the LIV Golf Series funded by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, some in golf have cut ties with the star.

And although he knew a cold shoulder from European Ryder Cup organizers was likely coming for him and fellow LIV members once they made the transition, Poulter’s still upset he didn’t get a birthday shout-out.

Keep in mind, Poulter is nearly 50 years old.

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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek