Poulter, as well as US professional Rickie Fowler, were voted as the most overrated golfers on tour, but Fowler answered his critics by winning the Players Championship in a three-way play-off on Sunday.
Bishop, who was sacked by the PGA of America in October last year for describing Poulter as a “lil girl” in a Twitter spat, appeared to poke fun at the Englishman following Fowler’s triumph in Florida.
Bishop tweeted: “Rickie Fowler — the legend is made. Only one overrated player left.......”
Rickie Fowler - the legend is made. Only one over rated player left.......— Ted Bishop (@tedbishop38pga) May 10, 2015
Poulter reacted to the message by writing: “Oh Ted Ted Ted..... I thought you learnt you lesson the last time. Obviously not.”
Oh Ted Ted Ted..... I thought you learnt you lesson the last time. Obviously not. 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 https://t.co/RgcUmGHfsM— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) May 11, 2015
Bishop went on to tweet: “I guess my sarcasm on the “over rated” poll went right over some people’s head like @IanJamesPoulter. Fowler proved it was a farce. #relax”
Bishop’s “lil girl” comments came after Poulter criticised former Europe Ryder Cup captain Nick Faldo and the recent USA captain Tom Watson in his book No Limits.