After eight rounds of major-championship golf in 2014, three players were under par. Now after 12, there are seven.
With his T-2 performance in the Open Championship, Rickie Fowler now leads the Grand Slam Challenge, the hypothetical tournament that aggregates the 16 major championship rounds in a single season. Fowler was 3 under par after the Masters and U.S. Open, but his 15-under tally from Royal Liverpool gets him to 18 under through three majors.
Rory McIlroy, who was over par through the first two majors, is now in second place at 11 under through three majors.
McIlroy is two clear of Adam Scott and Jim Furyk, both at 9 under, while Jordan Spieth, Jimmy Walker and Justin Rose round out the under-par players.
Martin Kaymer, who was in the lead through two majors, including his U.S. Open win, is now 4 over par following a down week at the Open Championship.
Here's a look at the aggregate scores through the Open Championship: