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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
He had already split with his caddie and he began flirting with swing changes that not only failed to improve his game, but actively made it worse. With all of this in mind, the events of the last couple of months are a plot twist that makes precisely no sense. He was good at The Players, albeit an unlikely winner after he almost blew a three-shot lead and needed to drain a 30-foot bomb at the 17th to keep his chances alive. But the new, vastly improved and potentially indestructible Kaymer was unveiled in record-shattering glory at the US Open, where he'd effectively ended the event before the weekend, such was his controlled dominance around a course that got the better of almost all of the world's top players. Nobody saw this coming, but if you ask Kaymer, he was always going to ascend again. It was just that he was the only one in on the secret. “It shouldn’t sound cocky or arrogant, but I knew it would come,” Kaymer said. “I knew that I would play good golf again. There was enough belief there.” “It was just a matter of time.” “It’s not a huge surprise to me that I played good golf. It’s just a surprise that I won such big tournaments. That’s a surprise. But I’ll take it.” the COVER “I KNEW THAT I WOULD PLAY GOOD GOLF AGAIN. THERE WAS ENOUGH BELIEF THERE.”