Golf Betting: Odds to Win the 2016 U.S. Open Championship

Odds to win the 2016 U.S. Open ChampionshipFans who bet on golf are marking out all over the place because the 2016 U.S. Open Championship is set to start on June 16th. Golf betting favorites will gather from all corners of the world, as well as from different eras, including Open winners from the past ten years, winners of the Masters of the last decade, winners of the British Open of the last five years, and other categories. And let’s not forget either about golfers who had to qualify for the tournament. 

Golf betting odds to win the 2016 U.S. Open Championship:
Rory McIlroy +650 
Jordan Spieth +630 
Jason Day +605 
Dustin Johnson +1600 
Justin Rose +2000
Rickie Fowler +2000 
Adam Scott +2200 
Henrik Stenson +3300 
Bubba Watson +3000 
Hideki Matsuyama +3300 
Phil Mickelson +3300 
Tiger Woods +4500 
Louis Oosthuizen +4000 
Patrick Reed +4000 
Sergio Garcia +3500 
Jim Furyk +6000 
Branden Grace +3100 
Brandt Snedeker +5000 
Brooks Koepka +5000
Jimmy Walker  +5500 
Matt Kocher  +4000 
Paul Casey +5000 
Martin Kaymer +6600 
Billy Herschel +7000 
Charl Schwartzel +6000 
Graeme McDowell +7500 
Justin Thomas +6600 
Marc Leishman +7500 
Zach Johnson +6600 
Hunter Mahan +12500 
J.B. Holmes +6600 
Keegan Bradley +10000 
Kevin Kisner +7500 
Webb Simpson +10000 
Luke Donald +12500 
Ian Poulter +10000 
Bill Haas +10000 
Kevin Na +12000 
Byeong-Hun An +8000 
Chris Kirk +12500 
Danny Willett +2800 
Gary Woodland +11000 
Jason Dufner +10000 
Lee Westwood +7000 
Ryan Moore +12500 
Ryan Palmer +11000 
Shane Lowry +10000 
Steve Stricker +12500 
Victor Dubuisson +12500 
Bernd Wiesberger +12500
Before we proceed, just how good is Tiger Woods? Even though he announced he will not be at Pennsylvania's Oakmont Country Club, citing physical health issues, Woods is still listed at +4500 to win the U.S. Open. People who bet on golf sure have faith in Tiger, and I guess you can never rule out a surprise run-in. And while our favorites will not have to worry about Woods will have to concern themselves with a common foe – Oakmont itself; the golfing equivalent of the Elimination Chamber.
The oldest top-ranked golf course in America is such a demonic layout that it even includes a turnpike (sort of). Oakmont is widely considered the best and the hardest golf course there is by pro players and fans who bet on golf alike. The aforementioned Tiger called it one of the toughest tests, especially when dry. Arnold Palmer said that you can hit 72 greens in the Open at Oakmont and not come close to winning. Rocco Mediate said that the greens are almost impossible. And then there is Sam Snead’s remark that he once tried  to mark his ball on one of Oakmont's greens only to have the coin slide off. ‘Nuff said.