Kaymer leads Watson by two at Grand Slam of Golf


SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda: Germany’s Martin Kaymer fired a six-under par 65 to seize a two-stroke lead over American Bubba Watson after Tuesday’s (Wednesday in Manila) first 18 holes of the Grand Slam of Golf. Kaymer, the reigning US Open champion, was only one stroke off Australian Adam Scott’s course record at Port Royal to grab command of the annual 36-hole matchup between the year’s four major winners. Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy, the British Open and PGA Championship winner, was third on 69, two strokes behind Watson, who won his second Masters champion green jacket in three seasons in April at Augusta National.



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