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Ian Poulter's cool look now extends to a snazzy all-white driver, which he will use for the defence of his Barclays Singapore Open title at Sentosa Golf Club this week.
The flamboyant Englishman won last year with a new driver in the bag and is hoping to repeat the feat with the limited-edition Cobra ZL.
"I practised with it for a week back home in Orlando and used it last week in Shanghai," said Poulter. "It is a concept that the (Cobra) people came up with - they wanted to try something new. They gave it a little facelift - they are going to produce 500 of them.
"It is the same shaft that I currently use with a different paint job and the same head with a different paint job. I have got to say it looks really cool, I like it. It performed really well last week so it is going to be in the bag for a while."
Poulter told his million plus followers on the social networking site Twitter that there was no danger of him being blinded by the reflection.
"There are no reflection problems from the sun," he wrote.
Poulter colour co-ordinates his golf gear and he will be wearing a lot of white outfits at the tournament from November 11-14.
"You have to stay fresh out there as it is going to be hot," he said. "It is all about making sure you wear light clothing and rehydrating.
"I live in Orlando and it's pretty humid in Orlando too. It's similar type of weather to Singapore - hot and humid. I personally like it. I can't talk about the others but I played pretty well last year. I like the heat and sunshine. So I'm very comfortable here."
Poulter said that there would be added pressure on him this year as defending champion but he would not be weighed down by it.
"If you perform well on a golf course the previous year, there'll be expectations of you to do well again. I played exceptionally well last year and if I can put in a similar kind of performance, it'll be nice," he said.
"I like this golf course. It sets up very nicely for me and I've got high expectations for myself and I'm sure the people have the same expectations of me as well. So I don't mind that.