After wilting under the pressure of being the world’s top-ranked golfer earlier this year, Martin Kaymer insisted Friday he will be better prepared to handle the increased scrutiny should he ever regain top spot. The 26-year-old German supplanted Lee Westwood at No. 1 in February, with a second-place finish in the World Match Play Championship in Arizona coming a month after a lucrative victory at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. However, the form that brought him early success in 2011 and four titles last year – including a first major at the U.S. PGA Championship – deserted him and a barren seven months has seen him drop to No. 6 in the rankings. He has looked back to somewhere near his best at this week’s Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland, though, shooting rounds of 68 and 67 to lie three shots off the lead at the halfway mark. Kaymer is now thinking big again and is confident he can get back to No. 1 – and stay there. ”After five years being a professional, all of a sudden I was No. 1 in the world,” Kaymer said. ”All of a sudden, you see your name up there and people approach… Read full this story
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