Foot arthritis
Ian Poulter may not be able to drive his vast collection of Ferraris for up to four months after doctors prescribed complete rest due to an arthritic condition in his right foot. Oh and he cant play golf either.

"I am obviously disappointed to be in this situation, especially seeing as I have about four shed loads of Ferraris out the side of the house," Poulter said. "Right now, rest and rehab take priority in a return to full strength later this season. I look forward to driving the living daylights out of them again as soon as I'm able."

According to Poulter's doctor, Ara Suppiah, the Ryder Cup hero has been "hampered by an arthritic joint in his right foot for the best part of two-and-a-half years" which impacts on how hard he can push down the accelerator pedal. Even after numerous cortisone shots Poults can now barely push the gas down hard enough to get her out of first.

The Englishman will now take four months off to allow complete recovery and rehabilitation. Oh and he might miss the Ryder Cup.

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