At just 29 years old, Martin Kaymer has earned his spot amongst golf’s most elite. After turning pro in 2005, Kaymer has already racked up 21 professional wins, been ranked No. 1 in the world and helped Europe secure a Ryder Cup victory with a heroic putt on the final day of the 2012 Ryder Cup. Most recently, Kaymer captured his second career major at the 2014 U.S. Open, shooting a record breaking 10-under through the first two rounds of the tournament. 

After achieving so much success at such an early age, what’s next for Kaymer?

The answer is simple: get even better. 

SAP is excited to work with Martin Kaymer to develop technology solutions that enhance the game of golf for players, fans and members of media. SAP and Kaymer both have German roots and share a similar drive to be the best. 

Martin Kaymer on SAP "I’m honoured to continue my relationship with a global leader like SAP, who are not only industry leaders but committed to enhancing sports around the world.  I look forward to a successful partnership on and off the golf course."

As the most recent addition to SAP’s illustrious golfing family, Kaymer’s involvement will be instrumental as SAP continues its efforts to transform the world of sport.

Chris Burton, Vice-President, SAP Global Sponsorships commented, “SAP is proud to be associated with golf ambassadors who lead by motivation and perseverance, as well as skill and talent. We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with Martin Kaymer, who not only shares our German heritage, but emulates the same values that SAP upholds in helping companies run better.”

Published September 11, 2014 in Golf