Martin Kaymer, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler have all played under par in the majors of 2014. Many have played over par like Henrik Stenson, Jimmy Walker, Jason Day, Matt Kuchar, Justin Rose, Chris Kirk, Rory Mcllroy, Ian Poulter and Brandt Snedeker. Many have scored over par in double digits like Russel henley, Gary Woodland, Stewart Cink, Billy Horschel and Bill Haas.

Kevin Stadler has been consistent rather than better when compared to Bubba Watson. Bubba Watson failed to make the cut at Pinehurst at the local time on Friday in his search to finish the Masters-US Open. He is solely responsible for his poor performance as he was one shot away from making the cut. According to him such a kind of course does not suit him. But he is confident of preparing for the latter part of the year. With only five players being able to win both the Masters and the US is an achievement which most of the other players lack.

Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Jason Dufner also failed to make the cut this year. Though Donald does not have the stance of playing on such a course but Westwood was one of the best players suited for such a course but even he failed to rise to the occasion. Neil and Lombard on the other hand played a neck to neck match with ups and downs and it was Lombard who made the birdie in the 15th and the 16th but Neil closed it at par on the 17th. Both are friendly and seeing such a competition was fun for the spectators as well as the players. Neil won the match and he received accolades on twitter by Justin Rose. Both the players respected each others game and there was not a trace of enemity from either side.