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Martin Kaymer joins All Square network

12.38pm 16th September 2016 - Sponsorship

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Two-time major winner and former world number one golfer, Martin Kaymer, has joined the social network for golfers All Square®. Users of the app will benefit from this new partnership, as they will be able to follow Martin Kaymer on All Square to keep up to date with exclusive photos and videos on and off the course. Martin will share insights of his many travels around the globe to engage more deeply with fans.

Members of All Square will gain unique and exciting insights into Martin’s career. This announcement comes just as he has been selected as a Captain’s pick to play in the upcoming Ryder Cup at Hazeltine. Martin Kaymer famously holed the putt that sealed the incredibly memorable ‘Miracle in Medinah’. 2016 will mark his fourth appearance for Team Europe in the biennial event and he is sure to be an essential member of the team yet again.

Having just competed at the Rio 2016 Summer Games, and as a player with endless potential for more major victories, Martin Kaymer’s profile is one that All Square users will find incredibly interesting. Follow his ‘World Map’ as he competes around the globe on the world’s major tours.

In reference to this development, Martin Kaymer said: “I am very much looking forward to joining and supporting All Square, a young and upcoming social network for golfers.”

Patrick Rahme, cofounder and CEO of All Square said ‘Martin Kaymer is one of the biggest names in golf and him joining the platform is incredibly exciting for us here at All Square. With his fourth Ryder Cup appearance on the horizon, his profile will give users a chance to see ‘behind the ropes’ in the build-up to the great event.’

Connect with Martin Kaymer on All Square: https://www.allsquaregolf.com/users/martin-kaymer

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