Different people have different definition of paradise. Well, for golfer Martin Kaymer, it is the eighteen holes of Augusta, where he walks out for the 1st round of the Masters.
For Martin there has been some problem in paradise. The ex world number one missed his 1st four cuts at Augusta and even though he relished his best finish in Masters previous year, still he was just 31st and thirteen shots off Bubba Watson, the winner.
But in spite of being 50-1 with bookmakers, the 2-time Major champ sees no reason why Bubba would not slip the Green Jacket come the Sunday finale. The German told that this is the only Major they go to the same place every time and it is the littlest pack of all four Majors so it must be the easiest to win.
He added that what he prefers regarding it most is it is the largest challenge that they face and, if one could win against the best players in the world on the most difficult course in the world, one could win anywhere in the world, though he was pleased to have the backing of his promoters out there Yacht Charter Scotland.
This is a place he would often seen on television as a children and actually in reality this is more than perfect there – this is paradise. It is like a huge backyard but this is the toughest place to win. Probably this is only because of the expectations as well as pressure you put on themselves.