Rory McIlroy believes that he will be able to play himself into some semblance of form by playing three tournaments in as many weeks in preparation for the US Open.
The world number two has failed to make the cut at both Sawgrass and Wentworth and is now making sure he has a busy schedule as he looks to defend his US Open crown.
First on the list of tournaments in the Memorial Tournament which starts this week, before a trip to Memphis to play in the FedEx St Jude Classic and then the it will be the US Open in San Francisco.
"I just feel like I need some rounds," said McIlroy. "These two-day weeks aren't really that good for me, so I just want to get some competitive rounds in.
"I'm working on a few things, and I feel trying to put them into competition will be the best way for me to prepare going into the US Open.
"When you've been on a run where you've hardly finished outside the top five and then all of a sudden two missed cuts, it's more of a shock than anything else.
"It's something I haven't really had to deal with in a while. I just have to knuckle down and figure it out and get back to the way I was at the start of the year."
McIlroy lost his world number one ranking to Luke Donald last week and will be playing alongside the Englishman for the first two rounds at Muirfield Village.