US Open Golf Odds 2020
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2020 U.S. Open Championship Futures Betting Prices
Looking ahead to the 120th U.S. Open Championship, here are early odds for the third PGA Major which plays out at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York, June 18 to 21, 2020. Prices updated on September 15, 2019.
Bettors Please Note: All Bet365 odds posted herein are subject to change.
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2019 U.S. Open Odds and Premium Prop Winners
Capturing his first career PGA Golf Major, congratulations to 2019 U.S. Open Champion Gary Woodland. Watch for 2020 U.S. Open betting lines in this space as we will post them once available at top online sportsbooks.
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US Open Golf Championship returns to Pebble Beach, California, from June 13 to 16, 2019, where the field will look to take down Tigers Woods following his heart-stopping Masters Tournament victory. There are plenty of US Open Golf Odds available for the 2019 edition. Prior to Round 4 odds on June 16, 2019. Click any link below to access LIVE US Open betting lines from top bookmakers.
U.S. Open Final Round odds and order of finish of the favorites:
|2019 US Open Golf Winner|
|Justin Rose (T3)||2.75||2.80||2.75|
|Garry Woodland (Winner)||3.00||3.00||3.00|
|Brooks Koepka (2nd)||6.00||5.50||6.00|
|Rory Mcllroy (T9)||11.00||11.00||11.00|
|Louis Oosthuizen (T7)||13.00||13.00||13.00|
|Chez Reavie (T3)||26.00||26.00||29.00|
|Matt Kuchar (T16)
|Henrick Stenson (T9)||101.00||126.00||151.00|
|Jon Rahm (T3)
|Chesson Hadly (T9)||101.00||151.00||176.00|
|Adam Scott (T7)||151.00||301.00||301.00|
|Danny Willet (T12)||151.00||201.00||176.00|
|Mike Wallace (T12)||151.00||201.00||201.00|
|Graeme McDowell (T16)||151.00||151.00||176.00|
|Dustin Johnson (T35)||201.00||251.00||301.00|
|Xander Schauffele (T3)||201.00||201.00||251.00|
|Francesco Molanari (T16)||251.00||401.00||401.00|
|Byeong Hun An (T16)||301.00||401.00||401.00|
|Scott Piercy (T52)||401.00||501.00||501.00|
|Matthew Fiztpatrick (T12)||501.00||501.00||1001.00|
Four of Brooks Koepka's first six career PGA wins have been Golf Majors!
Brooks Koepka heads into the 2019 US Open as the first player in history to claim back-to-back PGA Championship and U.S. Open titles. Truly earning a "Majors Master" moniker, he is also the first PGA golfer to own two back-to-back different majors at the same time. Koepka is aiming to join Willie Anderson (1903 - 05) as the only player to win three straight US Open Championships.
The world's top golfers will play in the 2019 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 U.S. Open odds provided by top rated CSB bookmakers.
United States Golf fans have barely been able to catch their breath after Tiger Woods did the unthinkable at the Masters Tournament. Seemingly turning Augusta upside down, Woods shocked the world by completing his comeback and winning his first major since 2008. Now, with 15 PGA Majors, he aims to earn No. 16 at the 2019 U.S. Open Championship in June.
A talented field will challenge Woods at the 2019 U.S. Open. The list includes Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Rory Mcllroy, Justin Rose, Jason Day and Justin Thomas. Action and weather will be fantastic at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California!
Koepka has taken home back-to-back U.S. Open Championships. In 2018 he won at the infamous Shinnecock Hills Golf Glub in New York. Will he be able to defend his crown, or will Woods win his second PGA Major this season? As we anticpate the next major golf championship - stick with us to help prepare for all of the action. Online betting boards are packed with options leading up to the action - plus LIVE odds are offered during this fantastic four round battle.
- 01Betting Odds for U.S. Open Golf
- 02U.S. Open 2019 Betting Picks
- 03U.S. Open Top Betting Tips
- 04How Does The U.S. Open Work
- 05All Time U.S. Open champions
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 golf betting odds leading up to the June 13 start.
US Open Top 20 Finish Odds
Tiger Woods enters the U.S. Open as a Top Five favorites to take home more hardware. Should he get the job done, it'll mark his 16th major title, leaving him even closer to all-time majors leader Jach Nicklaus (18). Woods, Dustin Johnson and Rory Mcllroy are the top four favorites in this prop market.
Top tournament chalk are also the favourites to finish among the top 20.
You didn't think we'd forget about Brooks Koepka, who has won back-to-back U.S. Open titles? After winning the 2018 U.S. Open Championship at Shinnecock Hills Golf Glub, Keopka will be joined by Paul Cantly and Ricky Fowler on the Top 20 chalk list. Players to Finish in the US Open Top 20 odds below were updated on June 16, 2019, and are available at the PowerPlay Sportsbook.
Prior to Final Round action - Top 20 odds are now Top 10 lines:
|US Open Top 10 Finish|
|Gary Woodland (1st)||1.03|
|Justin Rose (6th)||1.03|
|Rory Mcllroy (11th)||1.22|
|Brooks Koepka (2nd)
|Louis Oosthuizen (8th)||1.33|
|Chez Reavie (5th)||1.40|
|Matt Kuchar (20th)||1.67|
|Jon Rahm (4th)||2.00|
|Henrik Stenson (9th)||2.75|
|Matt Wallace (13th)||2.50|
US Open Top European Odds
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 favorites 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.
Italian Francisco Molinari and Spaniard John Rahm could also go on to surprise many with their performances at Pebble Beach. Rahm had a decent ninth-place finish at the first 2019 PGA Major - The Masters at Augusta, back in April. Prior to the Final Round - Top European prices were updated on June 16, 2019:
|US Open Top European|
|Justin Rose (Winner)||1.25|
US Open Round One Leader Odds
Who will finish Round 1 atop the US Open 2019 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 latter rounds. Favorite player is not listed? Click any link below to view full field prop betting odds from Spin Palace Sports bookmakers.
|Leader After 1st Round Prices|
|Justin Rose (Winner)||34.00|
Top Finish Former US Open Winner Odds
Winning the U.S. Open Championship is no easy feat. However, there are twelve golfers in the 2019 competition who have already raised the U.S. Open Trophy. As mentioned above, Brooks Koepka has won back-to-back titles. Tiger Woods finished first in 2000 (also at Pebble Beach), 2002 and 2008. Prior to Final Round play - odds below were updated on June 16 2019:
|Top Former Winner Odds|
|2013 - Justin Rose||1.66|
|2017, 2018 - Brooks Koepka (Winner)||3.25|
|2011 - Rory Mcllroy||5.00|
|2010 - Graeme McDowell||51.00|
|2016 - Dustin Johnson||101.00|
|2014 - Martin Kaymer||176.00|
|2000, 2002, 2008 - Tiger Woods||251.00|
|2003 - Jim Furyk||351.00|
|2015 - Jordan Spieth||351.00|
|2012 - Webb Simpson||501.00|
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 famed Pebble Beach - a former winner could very well end up adding yet another PGA Major tournament win to their resume. Prior to Round One action - take Dustin Johnson as the Top Former Winner.
US Open Race Winning Margin Odds
With so many fantastic players - the 2019 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 .
|Margin Of Victory|
|Exactly One Shot||3.50|
|Four or More Shots||4.33|
|Exactly Two Shots||4.50|
|Exactly Three Shots (Winner)||5.50|
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.
US Open Playoff Odds
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.
|Playoff To Decide Winner?|
U.S. Open 2019 Betting Picks
After his Masters performance - Is Tiger Woods back? El Tigre, looked like he was in his late 20s in his latest win. Everything worked for him and his putting in particular was superb. Sporting a 13.00 price at Bet365 a pretty handsome payout is possible. Let's not forget that his 2000 U.S. Open Championship win came at Pebble Beach as Woods won that tournament by 15 strokes.
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. Fresh off his seven stroke victory in the 2019 RBC Canadian Open, over Shane Lowry and Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy (-22) will be loaded with confidence.
Dustin Johnson (-1) and Brooks Koepka (EVEN) had disappointing finishes in Canada and will look to get back on track in California where comfortable weather is expected. Jordan Spieth skipped by passed Canada and will be fresh after a solid third place finish during the 2019 PGA Championship. Spieth won the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington, USA.
On a long list of favorites - Jordan Spieth has been tagged with rich 21.00 odds at Bodog and Bet365. That is a great price for a former Champion and Spieth will get some of our 2019 US Open betting bucks. Good Luck to All!
U.S. Open Top Betting Tips
While fans might think Brooks Koepka will have plenty of confidence after winning the last two U.S. Open Championships, it was only the second time in 66 years someone was able to accomplish the two-peat. Willie Anderson (1903-05) is the only golfer with three straight US Open wins. Koepka is a major threat to win it again. With (8.00) odds, and after his 2019 PGA Championship win, a 3-Peat is certainly possible as Koepka is white-hot right now.
Also of note, Pebble Beach is much more forgiving than Shinnecock Hills Golf Course.
In last year's U.S. Open, Koepka finished with a one over par win, edging out Tommy Fleetwood (+2). Pebble Beach hosted its AT&T Pro-AM in February and Phil Mickelson (-19) won the title by three strokes over Paul Casey (-16). Scott Stallings (-15) and Jason Day (-13) who also scored low. Those numbers don't lie. Plenty of birdies will be recorded and we expect the finish to be a close one. We don't see anyone blowing;the competition out of the water here.
Lastly with Woods, he knows Pebble Beach Golf Links like the back of his hand. You don't win the U.S. Open there in 2000 by 15 strokes without mastering the course. And now that he's fresh off his 2019 Masters title, he'll look to silence his haters who think the victory was a fluke. Tiger reminded us all that he is back, and now he is looking to show everyone that he intends to stay at the top.
How Does The U.S. Open Work
The rules for the 2019 U.S. Open Championship are quite straight forward. 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 Nichlaus 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:
- 2019 - Gary Woodland
- 2018 - Brooks Koepka
- 2017 - Brooks Koepka
- 2016 - Dustin Johnson
- 2015 - Jordan Spieth
- 2014 - Martin Kaymer
- 2013 - Justin Rose
- 2012 - Webb Simpson
- 2011 - Rory McIlroy
- 2010 - Graeme McDowell
- 2009 - Lucas Glover
- 2008 - Tiger Woods
- 2007 - Angel Cabrera
- 2006 - Geoff Ogilvy
- 2005 - Michael Campbell
- 2004 - Retief Goosen
- 2003 - Jim Furyk
- 2002 - Tiger Woods
- 2001 - Retief Goosen
- 2000 - Tiger Woods
- 1999 - Payne Stewart
- 1998 - Lee Janzen
- 1997 - Ernie Els
- 1996 - Steve Jones
- 1995 - Corey Pavin
- 1994 - Ernie Els
- 1993 - Lee Janzen
- 1992 - Tom Kite
- 1991 - Payne Stewart
- 1990 - Hale Irwin
- 1989 - Curtis Strange
- 1988 - Curtis Strange
- 1987 - Scott Simpson
- 1986 - Ray Floyd
- 1985 - Andy North
- 1984 - Fuzzy Zoeller
- 1983 - Larry Nelson
- 1982 - Tom Watson
- 1981 - David Graham
- 1980 - Jack Nicklaus
- 1979 - Hale Irwin
- 1978 - Andy North
- 1977 - Hubert Green
- 1976 - Jerry Pate
- 1975 - Lou Graham
- 1974 - Hale Irwin
- 1973 - Johnny Miller
- 1972 - Jack Nicklaus
- 1971 - Lee Trevino
- 1970 - Tony Jacklin
- 1969 - Orville Moody
- 1968 - Lee Trevino
- 1967 - Jack Nicklaus
- 1966 - Billy Casper
- 1965 - Gary Player
- 1964 - Ken Venturi
- 1963 - Julius Boros
- 1962 - Jack Nicklaus
- 1961 - Gene Littler
- 1960 - Arnold Palmer
- 1959 - Billy Casper
- 1958 - Tommy Bolt
- 1957 - Dick Mayer
- 1956 - Cary Middlecoff
- 1955 - Jack Fleck
- 1954 - Ed Furgol
- 1953 - Ben Hogan
- 1952 - Julius Boros
- 1951 - Ben Hogan
- 1950 - Ben Hogan
- 1949 - Cary Middlecoff
- 1948 - Ben Hogan
- 1947 - Lew Worsham
- 1946 - Lloyd Mangrum
- 1945 - No tournament - WW2
- 1944 - No tournament - WW2
- 1943 - No tournament - WW2
- 1942 - No tournament - WW2
- 1941 - Craig Wood
- 1940 - Lawson Little
- 1939 - Byron Nelson
- 1938 - Ralph Guldahl
- 1937 - Ralph Guldahl
- 1936 - Tony Manero
- 1935 - Sam Parks Jr.
- 1934 - Olin Dutra
- 1933 - Johnny Goodman
- 1932 - Gene Sarazen
- 1931 - Billy Burke
- 1930 - Bobby Jones
- 1929 - Bobby Jones
- 1928 - Johnny Farrell
- 1927 - Tommy Armour
- 1925 - Willie MacFarlane
- 1924 - Cyril Walker
- 1923 - Bobby Jones
- 1922 - Gene Sarazen
- 1921 - Jim Barnes
- 1920 - Ted Ray
- 1919 - Walter Hagen
- 1918 - No tournament - WW1
- 1917 - No tournament - WW1
- 1916 - Chick Evans
- 1915 - Jerome Travers
- 1914 - Walter Hagen
- 1913 - Francis Ouimet
- 1912 - John McDermott
- 1911 - John McDermott
- 1910 - Alex Smith
- 1909 - George Sargent
- 1908 - Fred McLeod
- 1907 - Alec Ross
- 1906 - Alex Smith
- 1905 - Willie Anderson
- 1904 - Willie Anderson
- 1903 - Willie Anderson
- 1902 - Laurie Auchterlonie
- 1901 - Willie Anderson
- 1900 - Harry Vardon
- 1899 - Willie Smith
- 1898 - Fred Herd
- 1897 - Joe Lloyd
- 1896 - James Foulis
- 1895 - Horace Rawlins
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