Martin Kaymer parred his first hole, which was great. Then he went bogey-par-bogey-eagle to, well, remain at even for the day and 10 under for the tournament.
The bogey on No. 4 was world-class. He had to take an unplayable from the pine straw then got up and down from a long way back for bogey.
Then this eagle on No. 5 was just a joke.
Which, fittingly, is exactly what Kaymer is making this tournament.