Martin Kaymer who had won a good 67 lap on the 18-hole course, was ahead on the decisive test on Sunday, with a total score of 212 on the 28th shared place. This was despite having fallen way back the day before that.
The 31-year old was occupying the 14th
place just before the final event and was hoping to make it into the top ten of the overall rating. HE had taken over the lead from Frenchman Victor Dubuisson before the final round.
The two time Major winner however finished the season finale of the European Tour on 17th place in Dubai with 279 hits on the split, thus falling back in the overall rating.
Englishman, Matthew Firzpatrick secure the victory at the Jumeirah Golf Estates, and the 1.33 million dollar prize money that comes with it after going off with 271 hits. Continue reading “KAYMER CONCLUDES THE EUROPA-LIST AS THE 17TH”
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.
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.