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Martin Kaymer Can Hit His Putter A Mile

Hitting your putter like a driver is never a good idea. So many things can go wrong, and not much can go right. But, I’d say it’s a different story when you’re a major champion. Martin Kaymer and Bernhard Langer fit that bill, so they tried their hands at hitting the flat stick as far as possible. In this “Drive Your Putter” challenge, Langer and Kaymer battle to see...
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7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Martin Kaymer wins PGA Grand Slam in playoff with Bubba Watson

  Martin Kaymer is making a habit of beating Bubba Watson in head-to-head situations, even at an exhibition of major champions in Bermuda. Kaymer won the PGA Grand Slam of Golf on Wednesday by surviving a wild day of lead changes. The U.S. Open champion won on the first playoff hole at Port Royal by making a 10-foot birdie and then watching Watson miss his birdie putt from 4 feet...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Kaymer wins PGA Grand Slam in a playoff

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda (AP) Martin Kaymer is making a habit of beating Bubba Watson in head-to-head situations, even at an exhibition of major champions in Bermuda. Kaymer won the PGA Grand Slam of Golf on Wednesday by surviving a wild day of lead changes. The U.S. Open champion won on the first playoff hole at Port Royal by making a 10-foot birdie and then watching Watson miss his...
Via AP on Fox
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Kaymer takes 2-shot lead in Grand Slam in Bermuda

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda (AP) U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer made an eagle and drove the 10th green to set up a two-putt birdie for a 6-under 65 and a two-shot lead over Masters champion Bubba Watson in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. British Open and PGA champion Rory McIlroy wasted a fast start with a pair of three-putt bogeys for a 69. Jim Furyk, the alternate at this 36-hole exhibition...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Kaymer dominates US Open from start to finish

It’s often said you can’t win a golf tournament on Thursday. Well, Martin Kaymer pretty much did.The 29-year-old German posted a 5-under-par 65 in the first round of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst. Had he simply played even par the rest the way, he would’ve taken the title by xx strokes.Yet, for good measure, Kaymer posted another 5-under 65 on Friday. His 130 strokes were the...
Via Back9Network
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: US Open cart driver runs over cop, arrested for DWI

That loud commotion by the 11th tee right after U.S. Open leader Martin Kaymer teed off Saturday had nothing to do with the board leader's lie. It had to do with an angry North Carolina Highway Patrolman and the arrest of NBC golf analyst Roger Maltbie’s cart driver.The man behind the wheel of Maltbie's roving golf cart at the U.S. Open was arrested after driving it into...
Via The Other Paper
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

U.S. Open: Leader Kaymer bends, but hardly breaks with Saturday's 72

PINEHURST, N.C. -- It's often been said that a person's eyes represent a window to their soul. But in the case of Martin Kaymer, the wire-to-wire leader of the 2014 U.S. Open after three rounds (54 holes), it may be easier to gauge his under-pressure personality by simply asking about a chance encounter with a squirrel. Here's the scene: During Saturday's round, Kaymer...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

U.S. Open: Todd shoots 79, quickly falls out of Kaymer's range

PINEHURST, N.C. -- Brendon Tood learned a valuable lesson on Day 3 of the U.S. Open: You can't win the tournament on Saturday ... but you can certainly lose it. The University of Georgia product, playing in Saturday's final pairing with leader Martin Kaymer, seemingly buckled under the high-profile pressure of competing for a major championship, posting a 79 at the Pinehurst...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Kaymer cards 65 again, sets U.S. Open scoring record after 36 holes

PINEHURST, N.C. -- At this point, Martin Kaymer can dream a little bigger than 8-over par. The first-day leader of the U.S. Open pulled off the implausible on Friday, matching Thursday's record-setting round of 65. (Heading into the tourney, no golfer had ever posted a 65 or lower in U.S. Open play at Pinehurst. Kaymer has incredibly done it twice.) As such, the 29-year-old German...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss
MILLION-TO-ONE SHOT

Martin Kaymer skips ball off water for hole-in-one

Martin Kaymer has never had the best of luck when it comes to the Masters. Despite being the top player in the world at one point, the guy just can't seem to get past all the twists and turns at Augusta National (he even went so far as to alter how he shaped the ball prior to last year's tournament). But maybe his luck is changing. During Monday's practice round, Kaymer...
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