US Open Golf Championship is set to return to Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York from September 17-20, 2021, where the field will look to take down the favourite Rory McIlroy. There are plenty of US Open Golf Odds available for the 2021 edition.
The US Golf betting prices were last updated on March 1, 2022. Click any link below to access LIVE US Open golf betting lines from top bookmakers.
U.S. Open Final Round odds and order of finish of the favourites:
The world's top golfers will play in the 2021 Championship and there's sure to be lots of drama in one of the toughest Majors on the calendar. Peruse all the news and latest US Open odds provided bytop-rated CSB bookmakers. Four of Brooks Koepka's first six career PGA wins have been Golf Majors!
Betting Odds for U.S. Open Golf
As with all four PGA Tour Majors - the variety of US Open bets golf fans can place are almost endless. Below, we get you caught up on some of the more popular US Open betting odds leading up to the June 18 start.
US Open Top 20 Finish Odds
Rory McIlroy enters the U.S. Open as a Top Five favourites to take home more hardware. Should he get the job done, it'll mark his 4th major title. Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm are also favoured by the bookies. These odds offer an alternative to Vegas odds to win the US Open.
We have provided the current odds to win the US Open on this page, but there are a range of US Open Las Vegas odds available; from props to parlays, be sure to check out the full range of odds at your favorite sportsbook.
Top tournament chalk is also the favourites to finish among the top 20.
Players to Finish in the US Open Top 20 odds below were updated on March 1, 2022, and are available at the 10bet Sportsbook.
Prior to Final Round action - Top 20 odds are now Top 10 lines:
While this tournament is called the 'U.S. Open' plenty of European stars will be looking to bring glory back to their home countries. Though the majority of favourites at the top of the leaderboard are American, the field is wide open.
Out of England, both Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood are hungry to capture this PGA Major and they are favourites to win their regional dispute of who will be the top European during the United States Open tournament.
The pride of Northern Ireland, Rory McIlroy claimed the 2019 Players Championship in March and is looking to win his first major since 2014.
US Open Round One Leader Odds
Who will finish Round 1 atop the US Open 2020 leaderboard? This bet focuses on golfers that run hot right out of the starting gate. Some players maintain their form and win the Championship. Others may lose concentration and fall off the pace in later rounds. Favourite player is not listed? Click any link below to view full field prop betting odds from Spin Palace Sports bookmakers.
Winning the U.S. Open Championship is no easy feat. However, there are twelve golfers in the 2020 competition who have already raised the U.S. Open Trophy. Brooks Koepka won back-to-back titles before Gary Woodland took the title last year. Prior to Final Round play - odds below were updated on June 8, 2021
Past Champions, like Rory McIlroy (2011) Justin Rose (2013) Martin Kaymer (2014) Jordan Spieth (2015) and Dustin Johnson (2016) all know what it takes to capture the US Open. At Winged Foot Golf Club - a former winner could very well end up adding yet another PGA Major tournament win to their resume.
With so many fantastic players - the 2020 US Open is sure to be hotly contested. Will the eventual champ end up winning by one, two, three, four or more strokes? The Champion winning by one stroke is at 3.50 with a playoff needed as second chalk at 4.00. Four strokes or more is 4.33, two strokes is 4.50 and three strokes is the longshot at 5.50. Those prices are featured at.
When getting ready to bet, keep in mind Brooks Koepka beat Tommy Fleetwood by one stroke in 2018 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Prior to that, Koepka won by four strokes in 2017 and Dustin Johnson won by three strokes in 2016. Koepka won the 2019 PGA Championship by 2 strokes over Dustin Johnson.
Interestingly enough, fans can also bet on the U.S. Open being decided by a playoff, 4.00 is the price should there be a tie between two or more golfers after 72 holes. In previous U.S. Open Championships, golfers involved in a playoff played an additional 18 holes. If things were still tied after 90 holes, the playoff would continue in a sudden-death format starting on the 91st hole.
However, in 2018, the USGA announced any playoff would be settled with a two-hole aggregate. After two holes, if there is still a tie, the players then head to sudden death. The lowest score in sudden death wins the U.S. Open trophy.
When selecting the U.S. Open Playoff odds - we won't touch the 4.00 YES odds option with a 10-foot pole. The last playoff round came in 2008 when Woods defeated Rocco Mediate. Yup, it's been a decade since a playoff was last needed in the U.S. Open. Though there will be a battle at the top, during the four days of competition, don't bet on this tourney going beyond 72 holes.
While we don't expect the U.S. Open to end with a playoff - we are not suggesting this won't be a see-saw battle between the top PGA players.
Dustin Johnson is on fire at the moment and opens the odds as the favorite. He captured the U.S. Open in 2016 and wasn't far off last year. It will be all eyes on DJ when we tee off in June.
Beyond him, Brooks Koepka has caught our attention. Claiming back-to-back wins in the 2017 and 2018 U.S. Open tournaments. We expect Koepka to be around the Top 5 at this years' event.
On a long list of favourites, it's difficult to say how things will pan out. But the bookies' outright winners odds do give us an idea of who may win.
How Does The U.S. Open Work
The rules for the 2021 U.S. Open Championship are quite straightforward. The tournament will feature four rounds of 18 holes for 72 total of stroke play. At the end of the four rounds, the player with the lowest number of strokes will be crowned the champion. Up until 2017, a full 18 holes would be used in a playoff if there was a tie between two or more golfers at the end of four rounds.
If there is a 27 hole deadlock; a two-hole aggregate now decides the U.S. Open Champion. The golfers would move to a sudden death format if one or more remain tied after the two-hole playoff. William Hill bookmakers are forecasting the 2019 U.S. Open to end in regulation.Top-rated online sportsbooks offer thrilling and bankroll boosting, LIVE extra-hole betting.
All-Time U.S. Open champions
Though Tigers Woods has claimed three U.S. Open Championships, he's still not at the top of the history books. Golf legends Willie Anderson (picture), Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones and Jack Nicklaus all hold the record with four U.S. Open victories. Like Woods, Hale Irwin has also won the event three times.
Here is the complete list of U.S. Open Champions dating back to 1895:
The US Open in 2020 was one of the most important tournaments of the year, as it marked the moment sports fans felt things were finally getting back to normal and bettors could once again enjoy the markets. The tournament was won by American big hitter Bryson DeChambeau.
What's the best sportsbook for US Open betting?
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Is betting on the US Open profitable?
This largely depends on the individual. As with any sport, doing your homework and ensuring you know the most about the market you’re playing on will maximize your chances of making profitable bets. We’d strongly advise taking a look at the various betting lines and finding ones that suit you.
Where is the 2021 US Open held?
The US Open will be held at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California. The course is a par 71, with some very tricky holes in the course.
When will the US Open take place?
The US Open will head to California on June 17th and will be played out until June 20th, where competitors will play for a maximum prize of $2,250,000.