PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Martin Kaymer must like twilight rounds.
The German, who had just teed off when play was called at 1:02 p.m. ET, has now birdied his first four holes to move to 9 under and one shot off the lead held by David Toms. Toms doesn't tee off until 7 p.m. ET.
Kaymer's first birdie putt came from 7 inches. He hit his approach to the back left of the second green, then chipped to 5 inches for his second birdie.
The third came courtesy of another pin-point iron that landed 3 feet, 5 inches from the pin at the par-3 third. And Kaymer made it four in a row when he staked his approach to 18 inches at the fourth hole.
It’s even more impressive when you do the match. Kaymer’s four birdies have come on putts of a combined 5 feet, 11 inches.