The tournament that could make the most difference in women’s college golf this year isn’t even on the college-golf schedule. That tournament, however, could have a huge impact on what happens at the biggest event that is on the schedule: the NCAA Women’s Championship.
Martin Kaymer, 29, lost his way after winning the 2010 PGA Championship and ascending to World No. 1 in 2011. After two grueling, emotional years of toying with his swing and mentality, the German is back on top of the world.