Kaymer posts 63 to win WGC event

2011 wgc-hsbc champions results martin kaymer

SHANGHAI, Chind (TheSpread) – It has been a rough year for Martin Kaymer, but he managed to build some momentum for 2012 on Sunday as he won the WGC-HSC Champions event.

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Kaymer wasn’t really in contention entering the final day, but shot a 9-under 63 in the final round to win the tournament by three shots over Fredrik Jacobson, who had a 1-under 71 on Sunday.

According to oddsmakers, Kaymer had 20/1 odds to win this tournament, meaning a $100 wager on him will pay out an additional $2,000.

Kaymer managed to win in a very competitive field that saw Graeme McDowell finish third at 16-under par while the likes of Charl Schwartzel and Rory McIlroy tie for fourth place at 15-under par for the tournament.

2011 WGC-HSBC Champions Top 5 Results

1 Martin Kaymer -20 (268)

2 Fredrik Jacobson -17 (271)

3 Graeme McDowell -16 (272)

T4 Charl Schwartzel -15 (273)

T4 Paul Casey -15 (273)

T4 Rory McIlroy -15 (273)

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