Martin Kaymer began his third round with two bogeys in his first five holes, falling down the leaderboard. A 54-foot birdie immediately helped him creep back into contention.
Kaymer reached the par-4 13th in two, but faced a lengthy putt for his three. As you can see in the video below, Kaymer’s putt was moving quickly as it approached the hole. He watched from afar as his ball grabbed the back of the jar and fell for a birdie.
The 2010 PGA Championship winner climbed back into the top-10, getting to five under par and five shots back of Jimmy Walker.
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