Most top-10 finishes at majors since 2010

Jason Day and Adam Scott are among the golfers with the most top-10 finishes at golf's four major championships this decade.

21-Jul-2019 By Australian Associated Press
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MOST TOP 10 FINISHES AT GOLF'S PAST 40 MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIPS SINCE 2010

18: Rory McIlroy (NIR)

16: Dustin Johnson (USA)

15: Jason Day (AUS), Adam Scott (AUS)

OVERALL RECORDS AT MAJORS SINCE 2010

Rory McIlroy: 39 majors, 4 wins (2011 US Open, 2014 British Open, 2012, 2014, US PGA), 7 top 3s, 11 top 5s, 18 top 10s, 9 missed cuts. 95 weeks as world No.1.

Dustin Johnson: 37 majors, 1 win (2016 US Open), 6 top 3s, 9 top 5s, 16 top 10s, 6 missed cuts. 91 weeks world No.1.

Jason Day: 37 majors, 1 win (2015 US PGA), 6 top 3s, 9 top 5s, 15 top 10s, 5 missed cuts. 51 weeks as world No.1.

Adam Scott: 40 majors, 1 win (2013 Masters), 5 top 3s, 8 top 5s, 15 top 10s, 6 missed cuts. 11 weeks as world No.1.


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