(CNN) -- Double major champion Bernhard Langer put Germany on the golfing map throughout the 1980s and 1990s, but since the turn of the century the country has been crying out for a replacement.
After claiming the 2007 European Tour "Rookie of the Year" award, Martin Kaymer may very well be the answer.
Having won twice on the European Tour this season, along with two second place finishes, Kaymer just missed out on this year's Ryder Cup, ending up as the first reserve. However, his time is sure to come as he is still only 23 years of age.
On this edition of Living Golf, Kaymer invites CNN back to his home town of Dusseldorf to get to know him better, and to find out how he feels about taking over Langer's mantle.