Martin Kaymer with no victories since 2014



by ANDREA GUSSONI

Martin Kaymer with no victories since 2014

In Germany, the Porsche European Open will be held on the Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg from 2 to 5 June. Seven blues will participate in the DP World Tour tournament: Francesco Laporta, Nino Bertasio, Lorenzo Gagli, Andrea Pavan, Guido Migliozzi (who reached the first Top Ten of 2022 at the Dutch Open), Renato Paratore (runner-up of the tournament in 2018) and Edoardo Molinari (second in 2021).

The Piedmontese, just appointed vice captain of Team Europe for the Ryder Cup 2023 by Henrik Stenson in a press conference at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Guidonia Montecelio (Rome), will find the Swede in Hamburg, as well as Tommy Fleetwood and Martin Kaymer (former number 1 in the world, with no victories since 2014).

Martin Kaymer, results

The Porsche European Open represents the last chance to remove the pass for the US Open (third major of 2022). The event, in fact, is one of the four tournaments, after the British Masters, Soudal Open and Dutch Open, which will allow the top ten of a special ranking to participate in the third Major of 2022 scheduled from 16 to 19 June at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts.

The prize pool is € 1,750,000. The English Marcus Armitage will defend the title and, among the past winners, also the British Richard McEvoy and Jordan Smith. Among the favorites, also present the French Victor Perez (fresh from the exploit at the Dutch Open), the Spaniards Adri Arnaus and Pablo Larrazabal, the Scots Ewen Ferguson and the Chinese Ashun Wu, as well as the Danish N.

Hojgaard, winner last September of the DS Automibiles 78th Italian Open. Martin Kaymer (Dusseldorf, 28 December 1984) is a German golfer who participates in the PGA European Tour. In 2007 he won the title of Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year, the annual award for the best rookie on the European Tour.

In 2009 he finished in 3rd place in the order of merit, despite being held back by a go-kart accident that compromised part of his season. In 2010 he reached 6th place in the Official World Golf Rankings. On August 15, 2010 he won his first PGA Championship by beating the American Bubba Watson in the playoffs.

Also during this year he is part of the European Ryder Cup team which, led by Colin Montgomerie, wins the 38th edition of the Ryder Cup. His contribution with 2.5 points is decisive. At the end of the season, he takes first place in the European Tour Order of Merit, with a seasonal prize pool of €.

4,461,011.00 Overall in his career he has won 17 tournaments, 9 in the European Tour and 8 in minor tours. In 2011 comes the absolute first place in the Official World Golf Rankings thanks to the consistency of his excellent results.

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