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The Players Championship Recap: Kaymer Stops Thinking

Len Hochberg

Len Hochberg

Hochberg covers golf for RotoWire. A veteran sports journalist, he was an editor and reporter at The Washington Post for many years, covering the Washington Capitals. He co-authored a book on the history of hockey.

Martin Kaymer, who was No. 1 in the world for about 20 minutes in 2011, entered last week at No. 61. And make no mistake, that required no asterisk. Kaymer hadn't been hurt; he just didn't play well enough to maintain that lofty standing. (He actually was atop the rankings for eight weeks.)

Of course, Kaymer was a Ryder Cup hero at Medinah in 2012, sinking the clinching putt for Europe, a six-footer for par on 18 to fend off Steve Stricker. But that still didn't ...

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