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Jordan Spieth will be chasing the second leg of golf's Grand Slam, but will have to contend with world No. 1 Rory McIlroy and some legends of the game at the U.S. Open, which starts Thursday.Reigning Masters champion Spieth and McIlroy head up a strong field of 156 that includes the top 60 players in the world squaring off on a course unlike any other that has ever hosted a U.S. Open.Spieth aims to become the first to sweep the Masters and U.S. Open since Woods achieved it in 2002 .Don't count out the Europeans this week, especially McIlroy.Europeans now have captured four of the past five U.S. Opens, a switch from the 40-year drought between Tony Jacklin's win in 1970 and Graeme McDowell triumph in 2010 .Spieth, 21, has played 16 PGA Tour events this season and along with his two victories he has three runner-ups and nine top ten finishes.
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