Martin Kaymer leads 2014 Grand Slam Challenge at 4 under par

Martin Kaymer leads 2014 Grand Slam Challenge at 4 under par



With two majors -- and their eight combined rounds -- in the books, just 24 players have competed in every one of them. Bubba Watson, who missed the cut at the U.S. Open, isn't one of them.

Martin Kaymer, who won the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 with an impressive 9-under-par tally, leads in combined score halfway through majors season at 4 under par. Kaymer finished the Masters at 5-over-par 293.

In second place is Rickie Fowler at 3 under par. Fowler and Jimmy Walker are the only two players to post top-10 finishes in each of the first two majors of the year.



The last guy under par through the first eight major rounds of the year is Jordan Spieth, who finished at 5 under as co-runner-up at the Masters and 4 over par at the U.S. Open.

Here's the full major aggregate-score leaderboard:

Martin Kaymer 271 293 564 -4
Rickie Fowler 279 286 565 -3
Jordan Spieth 284 283 567 -1
Matt Kuchar 283 286 569 1
Jimmy Walker 282 288 570 2
Henrik Stenson 281 289 570 2
Adam Scott 282 289 571 3
Jason Day 281 290 571 3
Jim Furyk 283 289 572 4
Justin Rose 283 289 572 4
Rory McIlroy 286 288 574 6
Ian Poulter 284 290 574 6
Chris Kirk 287 290 577 9
Brandt Snedeker 282 295 577 9
Bill Haas 288 290 578 10
Steve Stricker 285 293 578 10
Louis Oosthuizen 289 291 580 12
Billy Horschel 286 295 581 13
Stewart Cink 293 289 582 14
Brendon de Jonge 287 295 582 14
Gary Woodland 292 292 584 16
Francesco Molinari 286 299 585 17
Kevin Stadler 298 288 586 18
Russell Henley 297 293 590 22



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