Odds To Win The US Open 2018

Odds To Win The US Open 2018
Odds To Win The US Open 2018

Odds To Win The US Open 2018

Dustin Johnson is the favorite to win the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock at 11/1. The World Number 2 didn’t make the cut at Erin Hills — a bomber’s paradise. We will see how he does at the notorious Shinnecock. This year, Johnson won the limited field, season opening Sentry Tournament of Champions, and finished T2 at the Pebble Beach. He also has a T10 at the Masters, A T7 at the WGC Mexico, and a T7 at the Memorial. He has yet to miss a cut in 2018.

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Second among bettors is Rory McIlroy at 12/1. Another long hitter, the World Number 6 also didn’t make the cut last year. He has had a better year thus far, however. He won the Arnold Palmer Invitational, finished second at the BMW PGA and Omega Dubai Championship and was in a T5 at the Masters.

In at 14/1 are the Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Justin Rose. Rose is currently ranked third in the OWGR, while Day is eighth. Both missed the cut in the massacre at Erin Hills.

Justin Thomas, the current World Number One, tied for ninth at last year’s US Open. I have no idea why he is not favored in the odds. In 2018, he has a win, a second and a fourth. He finished eighth at The Memorial.

Spieth has struggled this year, comparatively speaking. He was third in the Masters, and had a t3 at the Houston Open. Other than that, however, his performance has been largely pedestrian: T18, T20, T9, T14, MC, T17, T41, T21, T32. He missed the cut at the Memorial. Those are not good numbers, heading into what should be the year’s toughest test.

Tiger, whom everyone is watching like a hawk, is at 20/1. The guy has over-performed compared to expectations this year. He probably has over-performed even to his own expectations. Tiger was 656th in the OWGR at the end of 2017 and currently is 80th. He has put together some remarkable numbers for a guy with a fused back. There was that T2 at the Valspar, along with a T5 at the Arnold Palmer, and an 11th at the Players, which is probably the toughest field in golf.

My sentimental favorite, Phil Mickelson, is in at 33/1. Mickelson is 20th in the OWGR. He has had a pretty good year for a 47 year old. He won the WGC-Mexico Championship, and has a T2, a T4, a T5, a T6. His only real blemish in 2018 is a missed cut at the CareerBuilder Challenge. He needs this US Open to complete the career slam.

The complete odds to win the US Open 2018 follow:

Odds To Win The US Open 2018

Dustin Johnson11/1
Rory McIlroy12/1
Jason Day14/1
Justin Rose14/1
Jordan Spieth14/1
Justin Thomas14/1
Rickie Fowler16/1
John Rahm20/1
Tiger Woods20/1
Brooks Koepka25/1
Hideki Matsuyama28/1
Phil Mickelson33/1
Henrik Stenson33/1
Bryson Dechambeau40/1
Tommy Fleetwood40/1
Sergio Garcia40/1
Branden Grace40/1
Patrick Reed40/1
Paul Casey50/1
Alexander Noren50/1
Bubba Watson50/1
Adam Scott55/1
Patrick Cantlay60/1
Marc Leishman60/1
Louis Oosthuizen60/1
Webb Simpson60/1
Matt Kuchar 66/1
Francesco Molinari66/1
Tony Finau80/1
Byeonghun An100/1
Daniel Berger100/1
Shane Lowry100/1
Thomas Pieters 100/1
Xander Schauffele100/1
Charl Schwartzel100/1
Jimmy Walker100/1
Rafael Cabrera Bello125/1
Ross Fisher125/1
Matthew Fitzpatrick125/1
Jim Furyk125/1
Bill Haas125/1
Adam Hadwin125/1
Tyrell Hatton 125/1
Charles Howell III125/1
Zach Johnson125/1
Martin Kaymer125/1
Kevin Kisner125/1
Kevin Na125/1
Brendan Steele125/1
Steve Stricker125/1
Hudson Swafford125/1
Bernd Wiesberger125/1
Chris Wood125/1
Gary Woodland125/1
Wesley Bryan150/1
Kevin Chappell150/1
Jason Dufner150/1
Lucas Glover150/1
Brian Harman150/1
Charley Hoffman150/1
JB Holmes150/1
Thongchai Jaidee150/1
Si Woo Kim150/1
Soren Kjeldsen150/1
Jamie Lovemark150/1
Graeme McDowell150/1
Ryan Moore150/1
Sean O'Hair150/1
Scott Piercy150/1
Ian Poulter150/1
Brandt Snedeker150/1
Jhonattan Vegas150/1
Lee Westwood150/1
Ernie Els200/1
Russell Henley200/1
Russell Knox200/1
Anirban Lahiri200/1
Joost Luiten200/1
William McGirt200/1
Brandon Stone200/1
Andy Sullivan200/1
Daniel Willett200/1
James Hahn 250/1
Alexander Levy300/1


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