Ian Poulter has finally passed Tiger Woods in the golf world rankings three years after he predicted he would end Tiger's domination of the game.
Despite Poulter's off-course interests, which include his own range of golf clothing, IJP design, and constantly updating his fans on his every move via Twitter, he has moved ahead of Woods into 12th place.
The former number one has gone 18 months without a tournament win and is showing no signs of halting his slide as he is currently recovering from a number of small niggling injuries.
Poulter has now set his sights on Bubba Watson and Charl Schwartzel which would put him into the rarefied air of the top ten players in the world.
However, he still has a long way to go to catch fellow Englishmen Luke Donald and Lee Westwood who finished first and second in the BMW Championship at the weekend, cementing their places as the top two golfers in the world.