Ian Poulter's Ghost Story

It was a dark and stormy night ... or maybe not. Either way, Ian Poulter was spooked by the rental house he was staying at during The Heritage in Hilton Head, S.C.

Poulter wrote on Twitter: "Check this out, we have a ghost in our house this week & I'm not joking we have had some very strange goings on every night."

Strange goings-on in the Poulter house? Was Ian laying out his next day's outfit? No. He quickly added: "We have a dead bolted door in the house & every morning that door is unlocked & slightly open. It's happened 7 times already."

Yes, I can see how that would be disconcerting. Although my thoughts wouldn't turn to spirits, but to someone playing a trick on me. Or a squatter living in the attic. But hopefully just the former.

Poulter then updated: "No joke for real, very bizarre the door is pretty solid with a dead bolt & number of times it's been unlocked & open. Calling home owner now"

Alas, no tweets about the conversation with the homeowner, or what — if anything — happened next. But Poulter did seem unnerved by the experience, judging by his tweets — and the 75 he shot during his round later that day.

Finally Poulter reached out fellow pros for help, first with this: "@Graeme_McDowell I might join you mate we have a ghost in our house and it's given a strange feel in this house."

And then: "@PGA_JohnDaly hi mate can you come scare our ghost away please." But asking Daly for help with a ghost isn't going to get you anywhere: Daly hasn't exorcised in years.

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