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The Golf Blog says: German Martin Kaymer was sailing along to victory with a comfortable 3-shot lead. But a rain delay derailed his momentum and Kaymer came back, unsettled. He proceeded to make an absolute mess of the relatively easy 15th hole, double bogeying it. That put him only 1 stroke ahead of club house leader and Sawgrass resident, Jim Furyk.
Kaymer then 3 putted (from off the green) for par on 16. His wedge to the famed 17th island hole took a funny hop on the green and then spun all the way across the green and almost into the water. Stayed out by a couple inches. Kaymer then chunked his chip, leaving a 30 footer, side winder for par. Kaymer looked like he would squander his lead to Furyk, but the German drained his putt for power. Wow!
Kaymer then boomed a huge drive on 18, but his approach shot came up about 15 feet short. He chose to putt again from the fringe uphill and nearly holed it, but the putt ran by 3.5 feet. It was getting dark by then. Kaymer then drained the putt for par and the win.Tweet