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About Ian Poulter Design
The ethos behind IJP Design and the IJP logo is to create high quality, unique, funky and distinctive apparel that fuses functionality with fashion, letting you reflect your own personality and style.
Ian took up the game at the age of four when his dad, Terry, a single figure handicap golfer, gave him a cut down three wood. Ian turned professional at 19 when he won the Open de Cote d’Ivoire on the Challenge Tour in 1999. Winning the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie Of-The-Year title in 2000 provided the spring board for Ian to become one of the most exciting talents on the European Tour. He was one of only seven players in 2007 to make all four cuts in the majors, to finish 13th at the Masters, to have two top tens on the US Tour, and to win his eighth title in Japan. Quite an achievement for someone who has fought his way up from working as an assistant pro to thrusting himself into the ranks of the world’s top golfers.
The launch of IJP Design in 2007 really is a dream come true. Ian began sketching designs as he toured the world on letterheads and airline coasters, dreaming of the day he could wear his own creations. The dream is now reality, both Ian and you can wear the IJP clothing brand on and off the golf course. Ian is focused on quality and attention to detail so it will come as no surprise to learn that each garment has been tried and tested prior to production. Ian and trousers go together, with the IJP brand philosophy of "leading with the legs" being followed through by designing the trousers first and then coordinating the rest of the outfit around them. For each seasonal collection, three different colored tartans are woven in Scotland and Northern England, with each tartan being licensed under the Scottish Tartan Authority. The famous Poulter tartan bootleg trousers and now shorts are the pillars of each collection that the range is then designed around.
With IJP Design, you too can follow Ian Poulter’s mantra of "look good, feel good, play good."