Early Odds On the 2009 US Open At Bethpage Black

It’s not too early to start thinking about the 2009 US Open as it returns to Bethpage Black. Tiger Woods was the winner last time the US Open was held at Bethpage. And he’s the odds on favorite to do it again, having been placed at 5/2 by the oddsmakers at Bodog Life.

For those not in the know, odds are read by looking at the second number first. So, a bet of 2 on Tiger pays 5.

It’s no surprise to anyone who watched their thundering charge at The Masters that Phil Mickelson is next with 8/1 odds. If Tiger and Phil play the way they had at Augusta, one of them should win running away. Padraig Harrington and Geoff Ogilvy at 16/1 and Jim Furyk at 25/1 round out the top five.

Read the rest of the post to see the complete odds for the 2009 US Open, provided courtesy of Bodoglife.Com, the world’s largest online sports betting destination.

Tiger Woods – 5/2
Phil Mickelson – 8/1
Padraig Harrington – 16/1
Geoff Ogilvy – 16/1
Jim Furyk – 25/1
Retief Goosen – 28/1
Paul Casey – 33/1
Sergio Garcia – 33/1
Anthony Kim – 33/1
Lee Westwood – 33/1
Angel Cabrera – 33/1
Rory McIlroy – 33/1
Ernie Els – 40/1
Camilo Villegas – 40/1
Kenny Perry – 40/1
Vijay Singh – 40/1
Nick Watney – 40/1
Steve Stricker – 50/1
Sean O’Hair – 50/1
Hunter Mahan – 50/1
ZachJohnson – 50/1
Justin Rose – 50/1
Henrik Stenson – 50/1
Adam Scott – 50/1
Ian Poulter – 50/1
Luke Donald – 66/1
Stewart Cink – 66/1
Robert Karlsson – 66/1
Mike Weir – 66/1
Tim Clark – 66/1
Justin Leonard – 66/1
Rory Sabbatini – 66/1
KJ Choi – 66/1
Robert Allenby – 80/1
Trevor Immelman – 80/1
Stuart Appleby – 80/1
Aaron Baddeley – 80/1
Andres Romero – 80/1
Stephen Ames – 100/1
Ross Fisher – 100/1
Davis Love III – 100/1
Ben Curtis – 100/1
Boo Weekley – 100/1
Martin Kaymer – 100/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez – 125/1
Shingo Katayama – 125/1
The Field (Any Other Player) – 5/2

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