Kaymer Looking For Ryder Cup Spot

Martin Kaymer is looking to win the PGA championship that will help him to easily get a place in the European Ryder cup team.


The ongoing PGA championship is facing rain delays and Kaymer is not worried about playing 36 holes in one day. A lot of players are feeling the change in the schedule to be annoying and disturbing. It is difficult for players to stay mentally focused while they are not teeing off. But this is not a determent for Kaymer and is ready to play 36 holes on a single day.

Kaymer has won the PGA Championship title in 2010 and has only one goal in mind and that is to make it to the Ryder cup team of Europe. If he wins the ongoing PGA championship at Baltusrol Golf Course, then he will surely make it to the European Ryder cup team.

Player profile: Martin Kaymer determined to recapture his best form in time for the Masters and Ryder Cup

Martin Kaymer is more than determined to getback his best form after a baron 2 years of golf that climaxed in German player losing his PGA Tour card.

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Martin Kaymer, as a 2 time major champ, knows everything regarding the highs of life as a pro golf player.

Regrettably the 2 years since his US Open win in 2004 have been the most testing of his playing career. The German player lost his PGA Tour card and he is now confronting the prospect of missing out on Ryder Cup, this year, as well.

Speaking to a leading golf website, he told that generally he is a very patient player. He would not even say that he is stressed now but it is frustrating when you feel like you have it all, and then suddenly you could not even put a good score on the card.

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He added that The Masters affects the way you prepare, the way you practice. Obviously this is all about the majors in their career and players have to plan a few months in advance what sort of events you want to be playing in before them.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Martin Kaymer defeated Shane Lowry in his first game at WGC Dell Match Play, and this stunning birdie at the par-5 sixteenth hole is what dangled the game.

Martin Kaymer Added To The List Of Big Names For Irish Open

McIlroy’s persuasive power ensures another big name in the richest Irish open. US Open champion Martin Kaymer confirmed that he will be joining the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open next month. Kaymer will be accompanied by five current or former players who have been world number one like current Number One Rory McIlroy, Donald, Ernie, Els, and Lee Westwood and eight Major Champions McIlroy, Els, Darren Clarke, Graeme McDowell, Padraig Harrington, José Maria Olazábal and Paul Lawrie. McIlroy’s charity and The Rory Foundation are hosting the Irish Open to support and promote the event in his native Down. The tournament will take place from May 38-31. The Dubai Duty Free is the title sponsor of the tour and the prize fund will increase by 25% to €2.5 million with the 2015 champion taking home €416,660. Last year Mikko Ilonen won the title and took home €333,330.

The championship director Antonia Beggs has said that Rory wishes to reel in more big names in the tournament. 20,000 spectators per day will be able to attend, whereas during the Sunday’s final round they are already close to a sell-out. 22% of the tickets have been bought from outside Northern Ireland.

Martin Kaymer is a professional golfer from Germany

Martin Kaymer is a professional golfer from Germany, playing for both the European Tour and the US PGA Tour, the two premier golf tours in the world. He is a two time major championship winner and had an eight week spell at the top of the Official World Golf Ranking in 2011.

Born in the city of Dusseldorf in Germany, Kaymer turned professional full time in 2005 at the age of 20 years. He has won eleven tournaments so far on the European Tour including four titles in 2010 that earned him the honour of being the first person to win the Race to Dubai, which was previously known as the Order of Merit. Among those four wins was the PGA Championship, which made him the first German since Bernhard Langer (and only the second in history) to win a major championship.

That same year, he won a World Golf Championship event, the World Golf Championship – HSBC Champions to become one of only ten golfers to win both a major title and a World Golf Championship title in the same year.

Martin Kaymer sank the final putt on the 18th hole on the final day of the Ryder Cup in 2012 as Team Europe overcame a deficit of four points to win the event against the United States.