Who had best combined majors in 2013?


PITTSFORD, N.Y. – If you’re looking for the players with the best cumulative major seasons in 2013, you’ll have to look Down Under.

The honor – in a few different ways – is shared by a pair of Australian countrymen in Adam Scott and Jason Day.

The two players tied for the lowest combined score at this year’s majors, with a 2-over-par total.

Of the 13 players who made the cut in all four majors this year, they each led the way with three top-10 finishes.

'I'm peaking at the right times,' said Scott, who won the Masters. 'It's hard to stay there for four days and have the lead the whole time, but I feel like I'm improving still. I'm doing something right.'

Here's a list, in no particular order, of the 13 players who made the cut in every major this season:

1. Adam Scott

2. Jason Day

3. Tiger Woods

4. Brandt Snedeker

5. Sergio Garcia

6. Lee Westwood

7. Matt Kuchar

8. Dustin Johnson

9. Henrik Stenson

10. Jason Dufner

11. Martin Kaymer

12. K.J. Choi

13. Phil Mickelson