Rory McIlroy has said he feels that his current form could help him land a second major at the USPGA Championship, which starts today in Atlanta.
The US Open winner tees off at 1845 BST on Thursday in an illustrious group which includes Masters winner Charl Schwartzel and Open champion Darren Clarke.
“I’m playing very well,” said McIlroy. “I drove the ball great last week. I’m hitting it nicely.
“As long as I can hole a few putts this week, I feel as if I’m in with a good chance.”
Should McIlroy take the crown, he would be youngest player to win two majors since Gene Sarazen nearly 90 years ago.