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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 309
history by taking out Australia’s sixth World Cup of Golf title at Metropolitan in late November. One of their opponents at ‘Metro’ will be a guy well versed with said history books, if not Australian shores. He might have slipped a little off the radar over the past few seasons as he works on his game but Martin Kaymer’s return to Australia after an eleven-year absence – “I played in Australia in one of my first events (Australian Masters 2007) in my first year on Tour and missed the cut by miles!” – will make for intriguing viewing. Name me someone (not named Tiger or Rory) who wins U.S. Open titles by dominant margins of eight strokes, as this man did at Pinehurst in 2014? Who else, like Tiger and Rory, has been ranked No.1 in the world at a young age, is a multiple major champion, a Players and WGC winner; and a Ryder Cup hero in arguably THE most dramatic of Cup matches (Medinah 2012) in history? A bona-fide star in his own right, the German like many before him will be hoping to use an appearance or two over the Australian summer as a springboard back to where he clearly belongs. You’ve been working on elements of your game over the past few years and I read that you replied to a question at a tournament this year: “The question is when the work of the last few years is going to pay off. That it will, sooner or later, I have no doubt.” Would it be fair to say that the basis of the work you’ve been doing has been to add more ‘versatility’, being able to move the ball right to left more comfortably, or is it broader than that? AS STRANGE AS IT SOUNDS, I AM A BETTER PLAYER RIGHT NOW THAN I WAS BACK IN 2011 WHEN I WAS NO.1 IN THE WORLD. COVER STORY
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