Jordan Spieth could join the list of elusive players who have won back-to-back first two majors of the season if he clinches the US Open 2015. Tiger Woods was the last player to achieve this incredible feat in 2002.
Spieth is tied for first place in the ongoing US Open in Chambers Bay, the USA. There is a four-way tie with Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Branden Grace, all tied at 4 under par at the top of the score board.
Jordan Spieth will therefore be under huge pressure on Sunday during the fourth and final round of the US Open.
However, Spieth did not have an amazing round in the competition, where he missed some birdies as well, which was the same with Johnson.
Spieth is confident ahead of the final round. After having an impressive 2015, Spieth has the confidence to take home this prestigious title.
"I didn't have my best stuff today but still tied for the lead, and I've had my best stuff at times this week, and I'm pretty sure I know where it is and how to get it tomorrow and get ready to go," AP quoted Spieth as saying.
Along with Spieth, Johnson is also aware of the task ahead of him and he is confident about the final round.
"I know what it takes to get it done. And tomorrow I just need to go out there and focus one shot at a time. And we'll see what happens," said Johnson.
Though the four tied players might have a big chance of winning the title depending on their final day performances, some golfers such as Henrik Stenson and Cameron Smith can have a good final day and they may walk off the competition victorious as well.
Cameron Smith, who is making his major championship debut, has been mighty impressive with his performances. He is currently one under par.
"It's like a dream come true, really. That's all I can say," Sydney Morning Herald quoted Smith as saying. "I'm happy with one-under. I played pretty well today. I got off to a bit of a rusty start, but brought it back on the back nine.
"Today was an awesome experience. I felt like there was a few more people out there (watching) today, obviously probably being at the back of the field but I just kept it within myself and just kept playing."
On the other hand, Rory Mcllroy's performance has been a huge disappointment so far in the US Open, as he was one of the favourites for the title. It would take something out of the ordinary to help the Northern Irishman clinch the title, which looks a huge task.
Where to Watch Live
The fourth round of the US Open 2015 live coverage is scheduled for 2pm ET (11:30pm IST, 7pm BST) start.
Viewers in the US can watch it on Fox Sports 1 with live streaming on Fox Sports Go.