‘I have a right to wear it’: Despite being asked not to, Ian Poulter wears ‘Majesticks’ LIV Golf logo during first round of BMW PGA Championship

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On August 31, ESPN reported the DP World Tour asked LIV Golf members not to wear anything LIV related on their apparel during the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

Not everyone listened.

Ian Poulter already made headlines this week in Surrey, England, after being captured on video having a conversation with PGA Tour-backer and the event’s defending champion, Billy Horschel.

It’s unclear what the discussion was about.

During Thursday’s first round, Poulter wore a “Majesticks” logo on his sleeve. He appears to be the only one that went against the DP World Tour’s wishes.

“This is a business I own a part of and I have a right to wear it,” he said after signing for a 3-under 69.

Ian Poulter of England reacts under their umbrella as they play on the 4th hole during Day One of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club on September 08, 2022, in Virginia Water, England. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

Poulter tied for 17th at LIV Golf Boston last week while his team finished third.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek