The 2015 U.S. Open Golf Tournament begins on Thursday the 18th of June 2015 at Chambers Bay, a new and intriguing course where this historic event will take place. This is the 1st time a U.S. Open tournament has taken place in the state of Washington, and should be a great and exciting venue to crown a Champion for the 1st time.
A player that seems to be a favorite to win this 2015 event is the 21 year old incredible J. Speith and is a top favorite at +750 in this 2nd major PGA tournament of 2015 and we look at some reasons why the experts see him walking away with the Title in this tournament.
The 1st reason is his climb to fame starting as an amateur when in 2009 and 2011 he took the U.S. Junior Title, then in 2012 he was ranked No.1 for the World Golf rankings for Amateurs, and from there he continued his winning. This could be the time in his career where he has reached his potential and may win this tournament.
To date for the PGA Season 2015 he has played in 16 tournaments and earned 2 titles, had 9 top Ten finishes and finished on par plus in 12 of those tournaments, and is ranked 2nd in the ranking for World Golf. If that is not enough trimmings, then add this to his file, as he won the 2015 Masters and the Green Jacked at Augusta, and tied the record for 18 under which was set by Tiger Woods back in 1997. He also had 28 birdies in that Masters and set a new record as at 21 is the 2nd youngest to win a Masters Golf Tournament.
Then take a look at the native of Dallas and his accomplishments this season being No. 1 with overall scoring at 69.12 average per event, in putting 2nd with 1.53 average and for birdie’s he’s 4th with 4.46 average per event. If he can continue his talented performance and win this event he would be the 6th in the history of the PGA to win in the same season the U.S. Open and the Masters.
If you bet at SBG Global take a look at their betting odds for this tournament and review the reason Spieth at +750 will win this 2015 U.S. Open. The 2nd reason is that he is one of the few players in this year’s Open with experience playing the golf course, as the last time he played here was back in 2010 for the U.S. Amateur event. Add to that that he has the advantage of having the secrets of his caddy M. Greller who resides in Seattle and began caddying there back in 2010, and was actually married on the golf course at Chambers Bay before becoming Speith’s full time caddy. Plus, he returned a week early to prepare for this tournament for Speith.
So with the golf talent of Speith and the course knowledge of Chambers Bay by his caddy Greller their impact in this tournament should be a reality, as not too many other golfer’s have the tow combined advantages. But still Speith has the job of turning those advantages to winning this 2015 U.S. Open.
The media experts like Spieth to win this tournament because of all of what is working in his favor at present, with his experience on the course, caddy knowledge and incredible golf talent.