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LIV rebel Martin Kaymer bucks the trend by playing well at the BMW International Open


LIV rebel Martin Kaymer bucks the trend by playing well at the BMW International Open as DP World Tour chiefs prepare to reveal if they will take disciplinary action against players who join the Saudi-backed breakaway

  • Martin Kaymer shot a 66 to be tied fourth following the first round in Munich
  • DP World Tour expected to finally issue its stance on LIV rebels on Friday
  • Rory McIlroy was the early first-round leader at the Travelers Championship 

A truly shocking LIV development took place at the BMW International Open in Munich on Thursday: one of the players…



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