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November 30, 2010 Golf

US Open odds fans are more than familiar with the host course for the 2008 US Open.

Torrey Pines in La Jolla, CA, just outside of San Diego, is one of the most high profile golf courses in the world and a main stay on the US Open betting odds schedule over the years. And this year in a move that has most US Open odds fans applauding it will once again play host to one of the premier events in golf betting.

US Open odds makers have been eyeing the course since the beginning of the year in an attempt to glean any clues as to how the US Open betting odds might unfold. But as always, this course yields very little in the way of scoring or US Open odds. Set on the cliff tops along the scenic Pacific Coast, this course, if nothing else, is arguably the most aesthetically stunning of any of the courses in the US Open odds hosting rotation.

But fans of US Open betting odds might be shocked to learn that Torrey Pines has never hosted a US Open before. That’s correct, Torrey Pines, one of the most well-known and renowned courses on the planet has never hosted the US Open odds. And so it’s easy to imagine why there is such wide spread anticipation for this year’s edition of the US Open betting odds to get underway. It’s not as if Torrey Pines has never hosted a Major event before, as it’s a regular on the PGA Championship rotation, but it’s never been asked to host the US Open odds until this year. And so along with the usual run up in the hype machine before the start of the US Open odds, this year has an extra bit of added excitement as a virgin course will host the US Open betting odds.

But anyone that has participated in US Open odds betting before, or even PGA Tour golf betting in general knows that Torrey Pines will be up to the task and then some. In fact, many US Open odds veterans are predicting one of the best US Open odds events in memory when the tour rolls into La Jolla.

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