Who’s Got the Odds For the 2015 PGA US Open?

December 19th, 2019 Golf

The 2015 US Open will take place at the Chambers Bay golf course in Washington state from June 18-21. This is going to be a big tournament as it will come about on a course that was just formed back in 2007. The odds for the 2015 US Open will include some good options to think about as they include many of the world’s most prominent golfers.

Rory Takes the Lead in the US Open


Rory McIlroy is the odds-on favorite to win the US Open, according to all golf betting experts and oddsmakers. This should not be a surprise as he is currently the top-ranked golfer in the world. McIlroy has 11/2 odds to win the US Open this year.

What About Speith?


Jordan Speith has been on a roll ever since his strong victory at the Masters this year. He already has two wins and more than $5 million in money this year. Speith is listed at 7/1 to win the US Open.

Tiger Takes the Wild Card in US Open


Much has been made of Tiger Woods and how he is no longer one of the top-ranked golfers in the world. There has also good a great deal of talk about whether or not he will ever win another major. However, his talent has made him a popular choice for people to consider for betting purposes. He has 14/1 betting odds to win at this major.

Other Big Names


Several other noteworthy names are worth exploring as the US Open comes along. Henrik Stenson is the third-ranked golfer in the world but even with that, he only has 25/1 odds to win. Meanwhile, Adam Scott and Dustin Johnson have better odds at 16/1. Also, while Phil Mickelson has not shown as much prowess as he used to, he is still a popular option for bettors as he has 20/1 odds to take the title this year.

Justin Rose is also listed at 22/1 to win. Rose has already finished in the top ten twice this year but that is a small number when compared to the eight top ten finishes that he had during last season.

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