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Golf Australia Express : July 2014
Liverpool will gnash its teeth and strike back. Having just saluted at the US Open, Martin Kaymer is the world’s form golfer and already he’s planning for plenty of bluster and a requirement for laser- like accuracy at Royal Liverpool. “I enjoy playing fast courses where there’s not much room for error and it’s a lot about feel and strategy,” Kaymer said in the wake of his US Open victory. “I’m sure Hoylake’s not going to be much different to that.” The German’s caddie, Craig Connolly, revealed the former world No.1 had Hoylake on his mind for months. “He was hitting his drivers really low at The Players Championship because it got windy. He said then: ‘That’s the shot I want for the Open’,” Connolly said. “He was already thinking ahead to Hoylake back then.” Which player can hold themselves back the longest? Time will tell. And we can’t wait. OTG THEY’LL NEED THEIR DRIVERS, AND THAT’S WHEN ROYAL LIVERPOOL WILL GNASH ITS TEETH AND STRIKE BACK.