Jordan Spieth says he has a “chance to make history” this week in the US Open at Chambers Bay.
The American has described the Washington state course as “inventive” ahead of what will be a difficult event for many top players on the circuit.
Spieth can become the first player since Gene Sarazen in 1922 to win multiple majors tournaments aged 21 or younger, if he is able to finish top of the pile this week.
The world number two is looking forward to the challenge and the reigning Masters champion is hoping he can get his preparations right for the highly-anticipated event.
“I have a chance to make history in many ways,” he told the Guardian. “But in order to do that, I have to really focus on this week, focus on the major championships and how I’m going to prepare for them. There are certainly a lot of goals left for the year.”