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US Open Golf Betting Odds and Tips – Anyone’s Tournament at Pinehurst


Rory McIlroy
Jordan Spieth
Dustin Johnson
Jason Day
Hideki Matsuyama
Justin Rose
Henrik Stenson
Adam Scott
Rickie Fowler
Justin Thomas
Phil Mickelson
Sergio Garcia
Patrick Reed
Branden Grace
Brooks Koepka
Tiger Woods
Bubba Watson
Jon Rahm-
Louis Oosthuizen
Danny Willett
Matt Kuchar
Brandt Snedeker
Paul Casey
Zach Johnson
Charl Schwartzel
Jim Furyk
Daniel Berger-
Martin Kaymer
Alex Noren-
Lee Westwood
Jimmy Walker
Shane Lowry
Byeong-Hun An-
Billy Horschel-
Matthew Fitzpatrick
J.B. Holmes
Thomas Pieters--
Charles Howell----
Russell Knox-
Kevin Chappell-
Marc Leishman
Emiliano Grillo-
Bill Haas-
W Simpson-
Graeme McDowell
Jason Dufner
Kevin Kisner-
Rafael Cabrera-Bello-
Francesco Molinari-
Bryson DeChambeau-
Kevin Na
Daniel Summerhays--
Tony Finau-
Brendan Steele--
Bernd Wiesberger-
Harris English-
Ryan Moore-
Ryan Palmer--
Patton Kizzire----
Steve Stricker----
Charley Hoffman-
Chris Kirk-
Andy Sullivan-
Luke Donald-
C. Wood-
David Lingmerth-
Kiradech Aphibarnrat---
Scott Piercy-
Tyrell Hatton--
D Lee--
Jamie Lovemark---
Keegan Bradley--
Joost Luiten---
Soren Kjeldsen---
William McGirt--
Smylie Kaufman--
Russell Henley--
Matt Jones--
Rikard Karlberg----
Thongchai Jaidee----
Thorbjorn Olesen----
Ian Poulter----
Lucas Glover--
Jeunghun Wang---
G Woodland----
Andrew Johnson----
Anirban Lahiri--
Tommy Fleetwood--
Victor Dubuisson---
Robert Streb--
Nick Watney---
Ernie Els-
Angel Cabrera----
Alexander Levy----
Cameron Smith---
Padraig Harrington---
Jamie Donaldson--
Curtis Luck----
Ben Martin---
Hunter Mahan----
Scott Gregory----
Jason Bohn----
Steven Bowditch----

The 114th US Open takes place from the 12th to 15th June at Pinehurst as Justin Rose looks to defend his title against a field of incredible class despite the absence through injury of Tiger Woods.

Pinehurst is a tough yet fair challenge where long, straight hitting is essential at the 7,562 yard par 70 track in North Carolina. The leading contenders for the outright winner market are the usual suspects, with Rory McIlroy the bookies’ favourite at betting odds of 10/1 with most firms, Adam Scott, the world number one, at 12/1 with Bet365, Phil Mickleson at 18/1 on the betting exchanges and Bubba Watson at 22/1, again with Bet365.

Watson won at Augusta earlier in the year and hits the ball a long, long way and given he finished third at the Memorial recently, his fifth top three of the season, he has to be respected. The likeable Floridian’s best finish at the US Open is a tie for fifth back in 2007 but two US Masters titles in the last three seasons are indicative of the improvement in his game and we think he is worth an each way punt in the outright winner market, especially with many bookies offering enhanced terms.

With our betting tips we like to offer up something at longer odds too and the US Open with its history of leftfield winners is great for that. Victor Dubuisson should really like Pinehurst No. 2 and the Frenchman has really impressed us this year. At 20 in the world rankings and with a tie for second in his last outing, odds of 100/1 in the outright winner market with Sky Bet are just too big to turn down.


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