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Ian Poulter's outrageous style

Published 1149 GMT (1949 HKT) December 11, 2014
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Ian Poulter is a golfer who has shot to prominence for his achievements on the course and his passion for fashion. At the Open Championship in 2004, Poulter grabbed the headlines for turning out at the Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland wearing a pair of bright, Union Jack trousers. The Briton's love of fashion led to him launch his own clothing label, IJP Designs. ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images/file
Clearly a fan of the British flag, Poulter sported it once again at the 2009 Open Championship in the form of this nifty vest. Stuart Franklin/Getty Images/file
At the 2005 German Masters Pro-Am, Poulter donned these trousers featuring a black and white interpretation of the British flag. Stuart Franklin/Getty Images/file
Away from the course, the 38-year-old is still a natty dresser, as proved by this appearance at Wimbledon in 2014. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/file
He did his best to blend in with the grass in New Delhi in 2008 with this sun-kissed number. David Cannon/Getty Images/file
It was a whole other ball game when Poulter teed off in Abu Dhabi in 2006 wearing the shirt of his beloved football team Arsenal. David Cannon/Getty Images/file
Poulter took to the catwalk wearing a black robe, and seemingly little else, at a charity event in 2004. Andrew Redington/Getty Images/file
At the Masters earlier this year, Poulter looked in mint condition as he graced the famous Augusta National course. Andrew Redington/Getty Images/file
"Badger chic" was the order of the day when Poulter appeared for practice at the 85th U.S. PGA Championship in 2003. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/file
Finally back to Hawaii in January 2005, when Poulter chose to say it with flowers. Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images/file