Jordan Spieth: 'I have winning formula'

Jordan Spieth believes that he has the "winning formula" to win the US Open after ending the third round with a share of the lead.

Jordan Spieth believes that he has the mental capacity to go on and win the US Open at Chambers Bay.

The 21-year-old shares the lead with Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Branden Grace heading into the final day of the second major of the year

Spieth, who won the Masters earlier this year, knows that he is capable of sealing victory, with the other three joint-leaders all chasing their first major.

"I feel like we (caddie Michael Greller) have a winning formula to close the deal in a major championship," said Spieth, according to Fox Sports.

"The other guys are trying to chase their first. I know how hard it is to chase your first and close it out.

"I need to convince myself by the time I tee off that it's mine and I can go ahead and take some chances because I'm going to have to play aggressive in order to win."

If victorious, Spieth would become the youngest winner of the title since Bobby Jones in 1923.

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