The garage in Ian Poulter's expansive new home in Orlando, Fla., might be mistaken for a Ferrari dealership.
Poulter has two of them in the garage at Lake Nona, and he even built a hydraulic lift to stack them on top of each other. Asked how he decides which one to drive, the Ferrari California or the Ferrari FF, he said it depends on how much time he has to bring one down from the lift.
But he's not stopping at two.
"I've got two more coming," he said before leaving the World Challenge in California.
After winning the HSBC Champions and its $1.2 million prize, Poulter said he "already spent the check last week." Turns out it was on a third Ferrari, an Enzo. He didn't get into details as much as he did with the FF, which was customized to include his tartan to line the interior.
As for the fourth Ferrari?
"I'm not going to tell you what it is until I have my hands on it," Poulter said. "It was the first of its type to come off the production line. It was a vehicle I can't say no to. It's a really a special piece."
Poulter doesn't look at the Ferraris as a hobby, the way some people collect fine art or even baseball cards.
"You can say it's a level of investment," he said. "It's one of those cars that's going to stay good forever."