World number six Rory McIlroy will be busy coming up with a new strategy for the upcoming US Open.
Speaking after the Memorial Tournament, which saw him finish fifth, the Irish player said he needs to work on developing a strategy after he was hampered by too many small mistakes on the course.
"If anything, I just need a little bit of strategy more than anything else. If you're going to miss shots, miss it in the right places," he told Reuters.
He added that the US Open course is similar in the sense that if you make an error in the wrong place it can cost valuable points.
However, the young player also said he can take a lot of positives from the memorial event into the US Open.
"I putted the ball really good this week... and that's a huge positive to take into the US Open," he added.
The US Open qualifying tournament kicks off on August 23rd this year, with the first round starting on the 29th of the month.