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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
Fittingly, the brand of dominance the German is currently displaying has rarely been seen since Woods' halcyon days. He's not just winning tournaments. He's crushing them, and steamrolling the best players in the world along the way. He's ruthless, pityless and seemingly hellbent on blasting a hole through every record he can level his crosshairs at. Kaymer is finally knocking on the door of the top 10 again. He's not No.1— Adam Scott still has that honour — but any doubt about which player has the best game at their disposal was answered violently over those first 36 holes at Pinehurst No.2. He's might not be the No.1 ranked player in the world, but he's certainly playing like it. He'll be back. OTG Thoughts? • Ever noticed something strange about Kaymer on the practice range? The tennis ball he wears around his neck is part of his routine. The ball, attached to a lanyard, is meant to help him keep his arms connected during his backswing. • Kaymer always carries a sunflower — his mother's favourite flower — on his golf bag, to pay tribute to her after her death from cancer in 2008. • Kaymer joined illustrious company when he led the US Open from start to finish. Only two men before him have achieved the feat — Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. the COVER