Martin Kaymer is teeing it up this week at the Oceânico Victoria Golf Course in Portugal. Europe’s Ryder Cup hero is hoping to build on a pretty good record that he has in the Portugal Masters and must be feeling pretty good about his game and himself right now.
The man from Düsseldorf has had two top-ten finishes in his last three years at the event here in Portugal, and managed to find some form at the Ryder Cup before finishing a respectable 34th at the Alfred Dunhill Links in Scotland last weekend.
Major winner Kaymer believes the confidence he gained from holing the most important six footer of his life at the 18th in Medinah, along with his previous form in the event, can bring success this week.
“I played very well here in the past, and at the moment, I feel very happy the way I hit the ball,” said Kaymer.