US Open Odds Game favorites at SBG Global

November 30, 2010 Golf

US Open odds game bettors in this year’s edition of the US Open will have a wide open field to chose from.

As we’ve already seen this year in the run up tot eh US Open golf odds there are plenty of talented golfers on tour this year and the US Open golf odds game could be as competitive this year as it’s been in years. And with Tiger Woods out for four to six weeks in the run up to the US Open golf this year’s US Open golf odds game appears up in the air.

US Open golf odds game experts had all but handed the US Open golf odds victory to Woods this year after he got off to such a hot start to the PGA Tour season. And as if that wasn’t enough, the US Open golf odds game will go down at Woods’ favorite course this year, Torrey Pines in San Diego, CA. But since his surprise surgery was announced the US golf odds game is anybody’s guess. Obviously one of the favorites to emerge from the upcoming US Open golf odds game is upstart Trevor Immelman.

Anyone who watched the Masters this year can’t help but be impressed with Immelman and his performance which catapulted him into the rare air of US Open golf odds game favorites. The young South African has long been known as one of the most talented golfers on the Tour but now he’s also got a Major title and he’ll be looking to parlay that into another win in this year’s US Open golf odds game.

Another player that has been playing well and certainly has the chops to win the US Open golf odds games is fellow South African Ernie Els. Els has had rotten luck over the past several years and debilitating injuries, but this year he’s looked sharp and will certainly be in the hunt for the US Open golf game title. And what US Open Golf odds game would be complete without Phil Mickelson. Mickelson will be playing on his home course and will be looking to use that inside knowledge to win the US Open golf odds game in 2008.

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