By | June 4, 2024

Ian Poulter slams British Airways after his clubs are left behind as he flies out to Houston for LIV Golf event… and states that a former Open champion also had the same issue


Ian Poulter has slammed British Airways as he claimed that the airline left his baggage – containing his golf clubs – behind at Heathrow Airport, as he flew out to Texas for the next LIV Golf event.


The 48-year-old is due to tee off on Thursday alongside his Majesticks GC team-mates at the Golf Club of Houston, in the league’s first event in a month.


But after taking off from Heathrow Airport, Poulter was informed that his golf bag containing his clubs was not on the same flight.



A furious Poulter took to Instagram to vent at the airline, as he also claimed that one of his team-mate’s bags had also been left behind.


In his post, he said: ‘FFS @British_Airways so disappointing. I checked in 2 hours 30 minutes before the flight. What could possibly be the excuse.


Just received the email 3 hours into the flight. I wouldn’t have bothered flying if you’re not sending my golf clubs. Can’t swing fresh air.’



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