Martin Kaymer, the 2 time major champ, suggested that he had not been attempting to avert the “curse” of the par-three champion after a disappointing end to a record-breaking event on Wednesday.
Since the competition began in 1960, no one has ever become par-3 and Masters champ in the same time, a fact that, at times, sees golfers intentionally not shoot the best probable score.
Still, Martin Kaymer was adamantine that was not the subject following a double bogey on the 9th saw the star of the Ryder Cup ended 3 under, a little behind joint leaders amateur Paul Chaplet and Brandt Snedeker.
The ex US Open and US PGA winner told that he would have loved to win this. He did not do this on purpose. He told that he would have really loved to make yet another birdie to shoot 6 under par. The most prominent action had come on the hundred-thirty yard 4th hole, where Justin Thomas registered a hole-in-one and after that saw playing buddy Rickie Fowler do exactly the very same.
This left the group’s last member, none other than current champ Jordan Spieth, to attempt to make it a great hat-trick, but the world No 2 came up short of the flag. Speaking to a leading sports channel, Spieth said that he told that this might have been the toughest shot he has ever hit, attempting to follow them. To see Justin make it and Rickie follow, that is got to be the first time in the par-3 contest.