Martin Kaymer expects repeat

Martin Kaymer, the German professional golfer, expects to repeat history at BMW International Open in this week.

This week, BMW International Open starts with a person who is doomed to establish himself as the next person to watch out for. The 27 year old German golfer is one of the most popular golfers in of the time. In his very short golfing career as a professional golfer, he has showed his brilliance.

After he grabbed the number two spot at WGC – Accenture Match Play Championship, Martin Kaymer went to the number one spot in world rankings in the year 2011. He turned into a professional golfer in the year 2005.

Till now, he has 18 wins in professional circuit that includes ten European Tour victories. His very first as well as the only major championship win was at PGA Championship 2010. In that same year, the German got 2010 European Tour Golfer of the Year title.
Previous week’s U. S. Open saw the 27 year old finishing at fifteen spot that was very impressive. Other players like Rory McIlroy and Luke Donald failed to do that as they got out from US Open.

It was in the year 2008 when Martin Kaymer got BMW International Open where he provided a brilliant performance. He won the championship but he went there as an underdog.

After his performance in US Open, the golf star is all set to make his mark at 2012 BMW International Open as looks bright. It is the time when top golf legends like Tiger Woods have come short and the brand new generation of young golfers is coming out with more technique and precision compared to any other golf generation that was in the past.

Kaymer Misses the Cut

Martin Kaymer, the new world No.1 and the PGA Championship winner in 2010, has missed the cut for the Masters and failed to even break par, which comes as a major surprise in the golf-circuit.

Kaymer is an exceptionally talented player and there is a belief that he will be able to turn around this negative phase of his game with his brilliance and class. Some however say that his ball flight which is left to right is not suited for the Augusta National layout and hence the disappointing result. Martin Kaymer however is a player with a lot of talent and the young German will ultimately be getting the best out of his game. The manner in which he holed a lengthy putt against Bubba Watson at the PGA Championship was brilliant. He showed poise when he was one down in the shootout as he holed a birdie on the 17 and getting the job done in the last and winning his first major.

Kaymer started 2011 with a grand victory with an eight-shot victory against Rory McIlroy in the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. His third win in the tournament. Tiger Woods’ failing form and Lee Westwood’s slow start along with his winning streak, helped Kaymer gather world ranking points and ensured him to bag the world No.1 ranking after the Accenture Match Play in February, 2011. He reached the top of the charts in the world ranking at the young age of 26 years.

Kaymer’s performance and his consistent win in tournaments and majors has ensured that he wins the Golfer of the Month award, and in 2011 he won it twice, once after winning the UBS Hong Kong Open and again after winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship in January of 2011.

Martin Kaymer will start the new season as the world No. 4.