US Open Golf Field 2013: Breaking Down Favorites and Contenders

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US Open Golf Field 2013: Breaking Down Favorites and Contenders
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The first tee at Merion Golf Club is very close to the historic clubhouse.

A field of 156 travels to suburban Philadelphia this week for the 113th playing of the U.S. Open and will find a treasure trove of history, eclectic and iconic golf holes, and the possibility of a very special experience at Merion Golf Club in pursuit of the nation’s championship.

It will take at least 72 holes to determine a champion, but we know many of the contenders and favorites well in advance of Thursday's first shot.

Many eyes will be on the headline-grabbing pairing of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Masters champion Adam Scott for the first two rounds. Including two of those three, ahead we'll highlight a few favorites and contenders as the week begins.

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