December 3rd, 2014 — 6:36pm
The moment was a worldwide attraction when Martin Kaymer covered a distance of 6ft on the 18th green and have Europe a comeback which is nothing short of a miracle. The biennial meeting that was held with the U.S seemed not to be very insignificant to Kaymer before but now it matters even more.
Kaymer is undoubtedly one of the most popular players; he is also a great attraction to the people and a very hard worker. The 29 year old is so into the regime to be followed in the game that he would make his hands bleed while practicing to recover from the downfall in Medinah.
Kaymer says that when he remembers the Medinah match, he can only say that while looking at the putt, all he knew that he just had to make it as he had been doing it for a long time now, be it on tournaments or on practice. He says that the aftermath has made him feel that it was a gift that he got the opportunity to make such a putt that became one of the memorable and full of pressure of all times in the very history of golf. These strong memories are the only things that are going to stay with him lifelong.
He also thanked his team mates for supporting him and if it was not for them, he would not have been the hero of the match. But he also said that it was his good fortune that he was able to make a putt because golf is that game where there is no surety of a definite putt.
He also thanked Bernhard before he gears up for his next match as his advice to Kaymer have been very helpful for him building up his own self and his performance for the Ryder Cup.
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Rickie Fowler is a professional golfer from the United States of America who currently plays in the US PGA Tour.
Fowler had a trophy laden and extremely promising career as an amateur and was the top ranked amateur golfer in the world for a whopping 36 weeks between 2007 and 2008. Such was his prowess as a player during his days as an amateur that many people thought that he could become the next Tiger Woods and was considered as the United States’ answer to Rory McIlroy, who would go on to become world number one and a four time major winner.
But that hasn’t happened and Fowler is struggling to get into the top ten in the Official Golf World Rankings and has managed to win just two titles in his five years as a professional golfer on the US PGA Tour.
After the Walker Cup in 2009, Rickie Fowler announced that he would turn professional and he soon joined the Nationwide Tour, making his debut as a professional golfer with the Albertsons Boise Open. That same year, he announced that he had signed a multi-year deal with golf equipment manufacturers Titleist and also joined the sponsorship of Rolex.
At the majors, Fowler also has struggled to come good and his best result remains a T2 at the US Open and The Open Championship and a T3 in The PGA Championship, all of which have come in 2014, which goes to show that it has taken Rickie Fowler years to deliver on the promise that he had shown as an amateur.
Many people believe that his antics off the field have had something to do with that and until and unless he gets his head straight and focuses only on the sport, he will not deliver on that promise.
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