T.J. Auclair is a Senior Interactive Producer for PGA.com and has covered professional golf since 1998, traveling to over 60 major championships. You can follow him on Twitter, @tjauclair .
Rickie Fowler is the only player in the world with top-5 finishes in each of the season's first two majors.
If the 25-year-old keeps plugging along the way he is at Royal Liverpool this week, there's a very good chance he'll make it 3-for-3 at the Open Championship.
Fowler -- who tied for fifth at the Masters and tied for second at the U.S. Open -- is at 6-under 138 through two rounds at the Open Championship this week. At the time he signed his scorecard, that gave Fowler a share of the clubhouse lead (Rory McIlroy was still finishing up his second round, leading the tournament at 10 under through 15 holes).
On Friday, Fowler matched the 3-under 69 he turned in on Thursday.
With the way he's played in the majors, it's hard to believe that Fowler's lone win on the PGA Tour came in 2012.
In a way, it's also unfortunate for Fowler that he could be the victim of a runaway for the second time in two majors. Germany's Martin Kaymer ran away with the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 where Fowler had that tie for second with Erik Compton.
And this week at Royal Liverpool, it appears everyone will be chasing McIlroy on the weekend.
The most important point is that Fowler is putting himself in position... frequently.