Kaymer goes eagle-eagle in Quail Hollow 69
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Martin Kaymer became the third when he went 2 under par on back-to-back holes at Quail Hollow during the first round.
Making his scorecard look a bit more unusual, he bookended those eagles with bogeys, meaning he played the four-hole stretch on the front nine at 2 under.
"I told my caddie to keep the ball," said Kaymer, 29, who has 10 worldwide victories.
He then bogeyed the ninth hole to finish with a 3-under 69 and trailed early leader Angel Cabrera by three strokes.
Kaymer won the 2010 PGA Championship in a playoff over Bubba Watson and went to No. 1 in the world briefly in 2011.