|B de Jonge||-6||18|
Kaymer banking on momentum
Last updated: 7th January 2013
Germany's Martin Kaymer will be hoping to carry on where he left off last year when he tees off at the Qatar Masters.
Kaymer was a part of last year's successful European Ryder Cup campaign and also won the Nedbank Challenge at Sun City in November.
"I'm playing well after a slow start to last season and it was great to finish the year with a trophy in South Africa," a confident Kaymer told qatar-masters.com on Monday.
His previous success in the Middle East - he is a three-time winner of the Abu Dhabi Championship - will also stand him in good stead ahead of this year's event.
Joining him at the $2.5 million Qatar Masters, which start on January 23, are fellow Ryder Cup teammates Sergio Garcia and Paul Lawrie. Lawrie is the defending champion in Qatar.
"The excitement of the Ryder Cup was amazing. I may never experience a moment like that again. I'm still proud I was able to come through for my teammates," added Kaymer.
Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery
A pictorial of the fourth round of the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill in Rochester, New York. Go to Gallery
- Mandela Championship to continue
- Donaldson takes charge at Sun City
- Lewis leads by two in Dubai
- Kruger storms ahead in Hong Kong
- Woods, Els mourn Mandela's passing
- Suspended two-month ban for Dyson
- Johnson claims narrow advantage
- Donald leads rain-hit NGC
- Lewis hits the front in Dubai
- Higgins sets the early pace
Neville Leck Blog
"Rory McIlroy and Charl Schwartzel each finally turned the corner on Sunday when both broke their year-long winless ..."
the annual venue for the Nedbank Golf Challenge is ranked in the top 60 in the world and in the top two in South Africa.
which, once more, hosts the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge this up-coming week, is one of the gems of California
Looking For The Perfect Pitch? Visit The Swing Doctor!