Golf-U.S. Open champion Kaymer misses cut on Germany return
World News: 20:08 GMT Friday 27th June 2014. [Yahoo Sports News Feed via SPi World News]
(Adds quotes, detail) June 27 (Reuters) - Martin Kaymer missed the cut by four shots at the BMW International in his native Germany on Friday, his first competitive outing since winning the second major of his career at the U.S. Open two weeks ago. The 2010 U.S. PGA champion, who launched his campaign at Gut Larchenhof near his home town of Duesseldorf with an opening one-under 71, mixed a double bogey with three dropped strokes and four birdies in a second-round 73. Kaymer, who won the BMW International six years ago, finished 12 shots adrift of joint leaders Rafa Cabrera-Bello (68) and Pablo Larrazabal (63) of Spain, Briton Danny Willett (68) and Argentine Emiliano Grillo (66). Sharing fifth place on 10-under 134, two behind the pace-making quartet, were Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez, South African Branden Grace, Germany's Alex Cejka, Dane Andreas Harto, Robert Karlsson of Sweden and Briton Craig Lee.
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