U.S. Open Golf Odds - PGA Tour Betting

U.S. Open Golf Odds

Thanks to the global pandemic, the PGA Tour had to reimagine its schedule. Six major tournaments will be played this season with the first taking place this week. The U.S. Open gets underway about three months after its originally planned date with fabled Winged Foot Golf Club serving as host for the 120th playing of the event. There is no shortage of golfing elite in the field with FedExCup champion Dustin Johnson hitting the board as the betting favorite. There will be a limited number of players, though, with only 144 golfers set to tee it up. It’s the fewest in a U.S. Open field since 1932. Gary Woodland is back to defend the title he won last year at Pebble Beach, though oddsmakers aren’t high on a repeat. Visit BookMaker.eu for a complete updated list of betting odds when you’re ready to make a wager.

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Dustin Johnson +894

Jon Rahm +1015

Rory McIlroy +1215

Justin Thomas +1415

Xander Schauffele +1415

Collin Morikawa +1815

Bryson Dechambeau +2053

Webb Simpson +2555

Patrick Cantlay +2861

Daniel Berger +3062

Hideki Matsuyama +3263

Tommy Fleetwood +3263

Tony Finau +3263

Jason Day +3566

Tyrrell Hatton +4050

Tiger Woods +4050

Adam Scott +4250

Patrick Reed +4350

Justin Rose +5250

Rickie Fowler +5250

Matthew Fitzpatrick +5250

Paul Casey +5823

Viktor Hovland +6050

Matthew Wolff +6050

Brendon Todd +7202

Harris English +8050

Phil Mickelson +8050

Gary Woodland +8050

Shane Lowry +8550

Jordan Spieth +9766

Louis Oosthuizen +9843

Billy Horschel +10250

Sungjae Im +10531

Bubba Watson +10550

Abraham Ancer +10803

Kevin Kisner +11050

Odds Analysis

Jon Rahm +1015

Brooks Koepka isn’t competing so there is room at the top of the leaderboard. Outside of Dustin Johnson, Rahm has to be hottest player coming in. He has a pair of wins along with a fourth and a T6 in his last six starts. He’s also placed among the top-15 in five of his last six starts in a major. Rory McIlroy had the best endorsement for Rahm when he said Muirfield Village and Olympia Fields were the best setups since the restart that properly tested players. Hmmm, both of Rahm’s win were at those venues.

Phil Mickelson +8050

Can Lefty exorcise the demons of his last visit to Winged Foot? This might be his last chance and considering his play off the tee has been suspect he’s not given much of a chance. This is the final piece of the Grand Slam puzzle and that meltdown on the 72nd hole here in 2006 still resonates. Mickelson is aloof about his play coming in saying, “I’ve won a major winning the week before. I’ve won a major missing the cut the week before. You just don’t know how it’s going to be.”

Xander Schauffele +1415

One guy who always seems to be in the mix but never gets the attention is Schauffele. That’s probably because he hasn’t won on Tour since the start of 2019 and he’s never won a major. Recent form is as good as it gets playing every round of 10 tournaments since the restart with nine top-25s. X-Man also has three podium finishes among six top-10s in majors. His skill set should do well at Winged Foot and he can change the narrative with a win.

Justin Rose +5250

Now that he’s hit the big 4-0 the game has evolved. No longer is Rose the power hitter but more of a finesse guy with touch around the greens. That could actually work in his favor this week. He also has plenty of major championship experience with a U.S. Open win in 2013 and 10 career top-5 showings. He’s also missed the cut a bunch of times making him a risky selection. He didn’t advance in the playoffs after a T25 at The Northern Trust and he’s eager to build off his solo ninth at the PGA Championship.

Patrick Reed +4350

Reed just keeps plugging along and despite solid form to close last season he has a lot value at his current price. He has a win at the 2018 Masters among his three top-4s in his last 10 major starts. He also has four top-10s since the restart and finished T13 at last month’s PGA Championship. You might want to root against Reed, but sometimes you just can’t.

Course: Winged Foot Golf Club – 7,477 yards, Par 70

A longtime host of major championship tournaments, the West Course at Winged Foot will entertain its sixth U.S. Open and first since 2006 when Geoff Ogilvy emerged victorious with a tournament total 5-over par. That score isn’t unusual since Winged Foot is known for its penal rough and difficult greens. Of the past five U.S. Open winners at Winged Foot four of them finished over par. Secondary fairway rough will be five inches or longer reinforcing the need to stay on track. A recent renovation also increased the size of the greens, though they are now around Tour average. Staying straight and avoiding big numbers are points of emphasis this week.

TV Coverage: Golf Channel, NBC

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