I do love watching golf - especially the majors. Today the world's top golfers begin what is considered one of the toughest - if not the toughest test - the U.S. Open.
This year's surprise winner at The Masters, Bubba Watson, will tee it up with two marquee players, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, for the first two rounds at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
The 7,170-yard par-70 Lake Course's sloping tree-lined fairways will be a real test for the field. It includes the longest hole in U.S. Open history, the 670-yard 16th.
The field of 144 includes a slew of top-named golfers including Georgia Tech alum Matt Kuchar who nearly won the event in 1998. An amateur at the time, Kuchar won a spot in the field after winning the U.S. Amateur.
But who will win on this challenging track is anyone's guess. Nonetheless, it's always fun to try. Below is a poll listing a number of the top world-ranked players.
Pick your favorite to win - there's no prize here - just bragging rights that you picked the winner.