Martin Kaymer

Germany’s leading player, he fulfilled his dream of winning at St Andrews after a flamboyant 66 on the Old Course earned him victory in the 2010 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. The victory came just a few weeks after he won his first Major Championship, the US PGA, at just 25. Continued his progression in 2011, winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship for the third time in four years and becoming world No.1. Was Europe’s hero at the 2012 Ryder Cup, holing a six-foot putt on the last to defeat Steve Stricker and secure the point needed to complete a remarkable comeback – the so-called Miracle of Medinah. Kaymer had a stunning 2014, first securing the Players Championship on the US PGA Tour before a sensational wire-to-wire victory at the U.S. Open Championship brought him a second Major title.