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Martin Kaymer |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (30) / 12/28/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 165
College: Germany

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Martin Kaymer downed Thongchai Jaidee 3 and 1 in the first round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.
This match has a little bit of everything in it for both guys. However, the only glaring omission was the fact that the German never trailed. However, it took three regressions to all square before he finally sewed up the lead that he wouldn't relinquish with a birdie-3 at the 11th hole. Another birdie-3, this time at 14, doubled the margin. Forced to birdie the last two holes to extend, Jaidee instead squared a bogey at the par-3 17th to set the final score. The Thai will go out in the first match in the second round where he'll find Jim Furyk waiting on the tee. Kaymer will follow 10 minutes later and grapple with George Coetzee. Apr 29 - 7:41 PM

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Martin Kaymer finished runner-up at the 2011 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship and returns this week for another shot.

The German didn't face anything better than a five seed on his 2011 journey the the championship. There, he was met by three-seeded Luke Donald, losing 3&2 when all was said and done. This year, his round robin matches in the group stage will go against Jim Furyk, George Coetzee, and Thongchai Jaidee. This group is wide-open for anyone to take.
Apr 27 - 11:57 PM

Martin Kaymer completed 36 holes of the 79th Masters in 7-over-par 76-75=151, missing the cut by five strokes.

Just when it seemed that the German was beginning to solve Augusta National Golf Club. After missing the cut in his first four trips, he logged progressively better results in his last three. This week, Kaymer hit 20 greens in regulation but converted only three birdies, which were wiped away by eight bogeys and a double. Fifty-five golfers will play the weekend, but other notables that missed the cut include: 147--two-time champ Bernhard Langer; J.B. Holmes; Matt Every; Brandt Snedeker; Jim Furyk; Luke Donald ... 148--Billy Horschel ... 149--1991 champ Ian Woosnam; Padraig Harrington; Victor Dubuisson ... 150--two-time champ José Maria Olazabal; 1988 champ Sandy Lyle ... 151--1987 champ Larry Mize ... 152--two-time champ Tom Watson ... 153--1992 champ Fred Couples; 2008 champ Trevor Immelman ... 163--2003 champ Mike Weir ... 176--two-time champ Ben Crenshaw.
Apr 10 - 7:53 PM

Martin Kaymer blew up for a 10-over-par 39-43=82 in today's opening round of the Valero Texas Open.

Even the reigning U.S. Open champ couldn't handle the U.S. Open-like scoring conditions, or lack thereof. In what was his first competitive loop of TPC San Antonio, Kaymer found six (of 14) fairways and eight greens in regulation. He circled two birdies, but threw it in reverse to the tune of four bogeys, one double and a pair of triples. His 7 at the par-4 sixth was the result of a three-putt from 7'7". This is Kaymer's highest aggregate in 279 career rounds on the PGA TOUR. It's just the second time that he's failed to break 80.
Mar 26 - 2:58 PM

Martin Kaymer warms up for Augusta at Valero Texas Open.

With limited starts in 2015, Kaymer is making his first career start at TPC San Antonio in the run-up to the season’s first major. Two top-five finishes in two 2015 starts on the European Tour quickly sparked interest in the reigning PLAYERS champion and U.S. Open champion, but his two starts on the PGA TOUR -- T44 at the Honda Classic and 3-over-par T31 at the no-cut WGC-Cadillac -- has quickly put Kaymer back on the fantasy shelf. Hard to rule out a two-time major champion but with limited starts on both tours and debut appearance at VTO it's hard to place Kaymer at the top of the list in fantasy value this week.
Mar 24 - 12:01 PM

Martin Kaymer enjoyed a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in his opening round of The Honda Classic.

This is his first PGA TOUR starts since the WGC-HSBC Championship in November, but he finished no worse than T4 in his last four starts dating back to a co-runner-up at the Thailand Golf Championship in mid-December. He circled four birdies at PGA National today, including conversions from 10'4" and 26'5" at Nos. 15 and 6, respectively. At the time he signed his card, he held a share of the clubhouse lead, but that has since gone by the boards.
Feb 26 - 1:14 PM

Martin Kaymer returns to PGA National's Champion Course for his third consecutive Honda Classic appearance.

Kaymer has yet to crack the top 50 at the Honda but his recent form overseas is appetizing. His last three starts internationally have yielded finishes inside the top five. The German is 16 for his last 20 on the PGA TOUR and should be highly targeted this week, regardless of his course history.
Feb 25 - 8:34 PM

Martin Kaymer blazed the Emirates for an 8-under-par 31-33=64 to banish the memories of his collapse in Abu Dhabi and finish T4 at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

In his first Sunday outing since blowing a 10-shot lead two weeks ago, Kaymer proved a point. His 64 was his lowest round in this tournament and lifted him to a third straight top five worldwide. The German was out in 31 after birdies at two, four, eight and nine and found another quartet of par breakers on the back nine. They came at 10, 13, 16 and 17 as he raced through the field to finish at 15-under 273 having started the day outside the top 30. The two-time major champion will now switch his attention to the PGA TOUR, starting with the Honda Classic on February 26.
Feb 1 - 7:54 AM

Martin Kaymer put his Abu Dhabi collapse firmly behind by shooting an opening 5-under-par 34-33=67 at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

This was Kaymer's first round since he blew a 10-shot lead on the last day of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship and there was no sign of any hangover. The German had given a masterclass in positive, reasoned thinking in his pre-tournament press conference and backed up his words in a fine display which featured seven birdies and two bogeys. Kaymer was fast out of the blocks with birdies at 10, 12 and 13 before giving one back at 14. He made further par breakers at 17 and 18 and then, on a quieter second nine, circled birdies at five and eight against a bogey at six. His 67 left him two shots behind early clubhouse leaders Nicolas Colsaerts, Andy Sullivan and Lee Westwood.
Jan 29 - 5:00 AM

What appeared a victory lap turned into a nightmare for Martin Kaymer as he lost the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship after blowing a final-day 10-shot lead.

The German closed with a 3-over 36-39=75 to slump to third place on 17-under 271 -- two behind surprise winner Gary Stal. Kaymer was in total control as he extended his six-shot overnight lead to 10 with birdies at three of the first four holes. But his bid to claim a wire-to-wire victory and fourth Abu Dhabi crown in total unexpectedly derailed with a bogey at six, a double bogey at 9 and a title-wrecking triple at the 13th. Kaymer could never recover from that setback and five closing pars saw him finish third.
Jan 18 - 8:20 AM

With a bogey-free, 7-under-par 31-34=65 in his third round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, overnight leader Martin Kaymer extended his margin to six strokes.

The German is bidding for the outright wire-to-wire title at Abu Dhabi Golf Club. Today, he hit 15 greens in regulation, took a minuscule 25 putts and buried seven birdies. Through 54 holes, he's missed only seven GIR. Kaymer has also played his last 42 holes in bogey-free 16-under. He's 20-under 196 entering the finale. Belgium's Thomas Pieters sit alone in second place at 14-under 202. Rory McIlroy back-peddled on Saturday with a 1-under 71. At 12-under 204 and tied for fifth, he'd need a combination of factors to catch his fellow Ryder Cupper. It was just one week ago that Charl Schwartzel slept on a five-shot lead at the South African Open Championship before losing in a playoff to Andy Sullivan, who charged back from seven back on Sunday.
Jan 17 - 11:47 AM

Overnight leader Martin Kaymer tacked on a 5-under-par 34-33=67 in his second round at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship to kick clear of the field.

Kaymer's bogey-free morning round saw him reach the midpoint at 13-under, good enough for a four-shot lead when he handed in his card. For the second day running, the German hit 16 greens in regulation while two sand saves meant he completed his 18 holes without a blemish. Kaymer, who started the second round with a one-shot lead after an opening 64, is bidding to win this event for the fourth time. He was the halfway leader in two of those victories (2008 and 2011).
Jan 16 - 4:26 AM

Martin Kaymer is tracking a fourth victory at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship after grabbing the first-round lead.

Kaymer is the ultimate course horse in Abu Dhabi with victories in 2008, 2010 and 2011 along with a second spot in 2009. And he's in position again after an 8-under-par 33-31=64 on his opening lap of the par 72. The US Open champion birdied four of the first eight holes before a bogey at nine halted his progress. But he hit the birdie trail again on the back nine and circled six more against a single blemish at 12 to surge past early clubhouse leader Thomas Pieters. The 64 is the German's low round in Abu Dhabi; he's previously carded 65 on three occasions.
Jan 15 - 7:34 AM

Martin Kaymer has elected not to tee it up in next week's Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

Kaymer qualified (convincingly) with titles at THE PLAYERS and the U.S. Open, but like many Europeans, he's slated to open 2015 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship on Jan. 15-18. So, his first appearance at Kapalua will have to wait for another year. Given his relative inconsistency in the long-term, gamers cannot expect a repeat of his success last year. Instead, consider the 30-year-old as a potential threat in weekly formats.
Jan 2 - 6:05 PM

Martin Kaymer rinsed his third into the green at the par-5 18th hole and concluded the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions with a 1-over-par 34-37=73.

The German started the day two strokes off the pace of 54-hole leader Graeme McDowell and played in the final threesome with the Ulsterman. Kaymer promptly opened par-birdie-par-birdie to sit atop the leaderboard. He faltered to the tune of three bogeys while peppering in two birdies until the chance to join a playoff emerged at the 72nd hole. Instead, he clipped a wedge over the green and into the pond. With the air deflated, he'd go on to pencil in a 7 to post 8-under 280 for the week and finish in a three-way share of sixth place. It's his fourth top 10 in five trips to Sheshan International, including a win in 2011.
Sun, Nov 9, 2014 02:50:00 AM