Latest Odds For the 2007 US Open At Oakmont

Who’s favored for the US Open? Oddsmakers at Bodog.Com have Tiger Woods installed as a 5/2 favorite, followed by Phil Mickelson, Retief Goosen, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk.

Masters Winner Zach Johnson comes in at 80/1. Wouldn’t it be something to see Johnson win the US Open? It would fuel absolutely insane speculation about the chances of his winning a Grand Slam.

Below, you’ll find the latest odds for the 2007 US Open, provided courtesy of Bodog.Com, the world’s largest online sports betting destination.

As an aside, I’ve been using the Bodog odds all season long to pick my team in my fantasy golf league. It’s been working pretty well. I’m in the 97th percentile of all Yahoo Fantasy Golf teams and 7th out of 50 in the league.

Tiger Woods 5/2
Phil Mickelson 7/1
Retief Goosen 18/1
Ernie Els 18/1
Vijay Singh 18/1
Jim Furyk 22/1
Geoff Ogilvy 25/1
Adam Scott 33/1
Padraig Harrington 33/1
Henrik Stenson 33/1
Luke Donald 40/1
Sergio Garcia 40/1
Trevor Immelman 40/1
Justin Rose 50/1
Charles Howell 50/1
Paul Casey 50/1
Zach Johnson 50/1
Steward Cink 50/1
David Toms 50/1
Colin Montgomerie 66/1
Mike Weir 66/1
Robert Allenby 66/1
Chad Campbell 80/1
Davis Love III 80/1
Bart Bryant 80/1
Chris DiMarco 80/1
Lucas Glover 80/1
Ian Poulter 80/1
K.J. Choi 100/1
Aaron Oberholser 100/1
Stephen Ames 100/1
Tim Clark 100/1
Jose Maria Olazabal 100/1
The Field 7/2

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1 thought on “Latest Odds For the 2007 US Open At Oakmont”

  1. I wouldn’t have Phil that high.  From the sound of his interview yesterday, I think he is being overly optimistic about what his condition will be for the Open, and especially for Memphis next week. 

    That injury to me sounds like that will nag him unless he lays up until it heals, if he tries playing or practicing with it in the next week and a half, he is going to have issues in the Open.


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