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PHOTOS: Golf equipment at 2013 U.S. Open

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Australia's John Senden has a TaylorMade RocketBladez 2-iron in his bag at the U.S. Open.

TaylorMade RocketBladez

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Rory McIlroy plays Nike VR Pro Blade irons, but he practiced with a Nike VR Pro Combo 2-iron in the days leading up to the U.S. Open.
Rory McIlroy also tested a Mitsubishi Kura Kage prototype driver shaft in his Nike VR_S Covert driver.
Shawn Stefani, who finished tied for seventh in Memphis last week, uses Mizuno MP-69 irons, but also carries a Mizuno MP-68 3-iron that has been bent to 2-iron loft (18 degrees).
Matt Kuchar's Bridgestone J40 Cavity Back irons have a dark, nearly black finish.
Nick Watney practiced with a set that included Nike VR_S Forged and Nike VR Pro Combo irons.
Jerry Kelly uses Cleveland 588 Forged MB irons.
Hunter Mahan will try to win his first major championship this week using these Ping S56 irons.
In Tim Clark's bag you'll find Titleist 710 CB irons, along with a Titleist 712U 4-iron.
Paul Casey plays Nike VR Pro Combo irons, but also uses a VR_S Forged 3-iron.
Tiger Woods' Nike VR Pro Blade irons gleam in Tuesday morning's Pennsylvania sunshine.
Ian Poulter, who never shies away from colorful outfits, also has a colorful set of Cobra AMP Cell Pro irons.
Graeme McDowell uses Cleveland 588 RTX wedges and Srixon Forged Z-TX irons.
Luke Donald will try to win his first major championship using these Mizuno MP-64 irons at Merion.
Michael Campbell, who won the 2005 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, has these TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour irons in his bag this year.
Padraig Harrington had two 50- and 54-degree Wilson FG Tour TC wedges in his bag Tuesday. The three-time major winner uses one of each loft during practice rounds while the others are saved for tournament play.
Francesco Molinari has put new, orange Pirelli grips on his irons.
David Howell marks all of his TaylorMade Tour Preferred Forged MC irons with yardages that show how far the clubs will send the ball with various swings.
Stewart Cink has been using a set of Ping i20 irons this season, but at Merion he also has a TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour 3-iron.
Carl Pettersson is mixing Nike VR_S Forged long- and mid-irons (4-6) with VR Pro Combo short irons at the U.S. Open.
Peter Hanson plays TaylorMade Tour Preferred Forged MB irons and Titleist Vokey Design SM4 wedges.
Sergio Garcia's TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour irons and bull headcover got wet in Monday morning's rain.
Angel Cabrera uses Ping S56 irons, but also has a Ping i20 3-iron in his bag at Merion.
Branden Grace plays Callaway X Forged irons and X Forged wedges.
David Toms recently switched to a set of Cleveland 588 TC irons.
Brendan Steele has mixed a Titleist 712U 4-iron into his set of Titleist 712 MB irons.
Kevin Chappell's UCLA Bruin headcover watches over his Nike VR Pro 60-degree wedge.
Lee Westwood switched to Ping's i20 irons before the start of last season's U.S. Open.
Australia's John Senden has a TaylorMade RocketBladez 2-iron in his bag at the U.S. Open.
Morgan Hoffmann has his Titleist Vokey Design SM4 58-degree wedge stamped with "Stage 5 Clinger" and his 64-degree wedge stamped with "Lock It Up."
Each of these 23 Odyssey pipe patches represents a putt of longer than 10-feet that Sang-Moon Bae has made.