Jordan Spieth had the lowest combined score in the 2015 majors
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Jordan Spieth had the lowest combined score in the 2015 majors


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Jordan Spieth wrapped up the best-ever 16-round performance against par in the majors on Sunday, with a final-round, 4-under 68 that took him to 54 under par in the four 2015 majors. That's a shot better than what Tiger Woods scored in 2000 when he won three majors, including the U.S. Open and British Open by 23 shots.

Spieth's combined score was also 19 shots better than Jason Day's 16-round total in the four majors this year. Day was one of 17 other players to make the cut in each of the four majors this year.

Here's the full leaderboard for the 2015 Grand Slam Challenge:



1. Jordan Spieth (-54)
2. Jason Day (-35)
3. Justin Rose (-34)
4. Dustin Johnson (-29)
5. Louis Oosthuizen (-27)
6. Brooks Koepka (-20)
7. Hideki Matsuyama (-19)
8. Phil Mickelson (-16)
9. Sergio Garcia (-13)
10. Matt Kuchar (-12)
11. Patrick Reed (-11)
12. Henrik Stenson (-9)
13. Paul Casey (-7)
14. Charl Schwartzel (-5)
T-15. Webb Simpson (+2)
T-15. Ernie Els (+2)
17. Lee Westwood (+5)
18. Jason Dufner (+8)

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