The Australian was officially the most consistent golfer in the 2012 Majors - but is this merely a consolation prize?
Ask anyone who they think had the best performances in the 2012 Major championships and they'll undoubtedly pick out one of four names - Bubba Watson, Webb Simpson, Ernie Els or Rory McIlroy, each of whom won one of the darn things.
They'd be wrong (sort of).
The correct answer, in statistical terms anyway, is actually Adam Scott.
That is because, of the 12 people to make every single Major cut this year, the Australian has the best aggregate score (-6).
It is unlikely that this will be anything other than mere consolation for the 32-year-old, who threw away the Claret Jug at Royal Lytham with a back-nine crumble.
Interestingly, not one of the Major winners features in the list. Bubba Watson and Rory McIlroy didn't make the weekend at the US Open, Ernie wasn't invited to the Masters, and Webb Simpson missed the cut at Kiawah.
Here's the leaderboard in full:
1 Adam Scott (AUS) -6
2 Graeme McDowell (NIR) -4
3 Ian Poulter (ENG) +2
4 Padraig Harrington (IRL) +4
5 Tiger Woods (USA) +7
6 Jason Dufner (USA) +8
7 Jim Furyk (USA) +9
8 Steve Stricker (USA) +12
9 Fredrik Jacobson (SWE) +16
T10 Francesco Molinari (ITA); Keegan Bradley (USA) +20
12 Zach Johnson (USA) +26