Odds To Win The 2011 US Open - April 12, 2011

It’s not too early to start taking a look at the odds for the year’s next major: The US Open. Played this year at Congressional Country Club, site of Ken Venturi’s heroic 1964 win, and Ernie Els triumph in 1997, Congressional also has hosted a PGA Championship and a US Senior Open.

To what should be no one’s surprise, the bettors again are favoring Tiger Woods, who is in at 6/1. Somewhat surprisingly, I think, Phil Mickelson is just after at 10/1. Phil has never won a US Open, and his early season performance does not inspire me to think this will be the one. But money is headed in his direction nonetheless.

Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy are in at 16/1. Not good bets, in my mind. Luke Donald and Martin Kaymer are at 20/1. Dustin Johnson and Nick Watney are in at 25/1.

Masters Winner Charl Schwartzel clocks in at 33/1, along with Geoff Ogilvy, Graeme McDowell, Matt Kuchar and Paul Casey.

My money would be on none of the favorites. I think that the talent in golf is so deep and so even right now that any one of a hundred golfers could pull off a victory. In fact, I’d bet on any BUT the leaders. Is there a bet for someone outside the top ten?

The complete odds are below, courtesy of Bodog, the world’s largest betting destination.

Player Odds
Tiger Woods  6/1  
Phil Mickelson  10/1  
Lee Westwood  16/1  
Rory McIlroy  16/1  
Luke Donald  20/1  
Martin Kaymer  20/1  
Dustin Johnson  25/1  
Nick Watney  25/1  
Charl Schwartzel  33/1  
Geoff Ogilvy  33/1  
Graeme McDowell  33/1  
Matt Kuchar  33/1  
Paul Casey  33/1  
Adam Scott  40/1  
Anthony Kim  40/1  
Bubba Watson  40/1  
Hunter Mahan  40/1  
Jim Furyk  40/1  
Justin Rose  40/1  
Steve Stricker  40/1  
Ian Poulter  50/1  
Padraig Harrington  50/1  
Ernie Els  66/1  
Jason Day  66/1  
K.J. Choi  66/1  
Retief Goosen  66/1  
Aaron Baddeley  80/1  
Angel Cabrera  80/1  
Martin Laird  80/1  
Rickie Fowler  80/1  
Sergio Garcia  80/1  
Alvaro Quiros  100/1  
Bill Haas 100/1  
Brandt Snedeker  100/1  
Edoardo Molinari  100/1  
Francesco Molinari  100/1  
Gary Woodland 100/1  
Ricky Barnes  100/1  
Robert Allenby  100/1  
Ross Fisher  100/1  
Ryan Moore  100/1  
Trevor Immelman  100/1  
Vijay Singh  100/1  
YE Yang 100/1  
Zach Johnson  100/1  
Ben Crane  125/1  
Bo Van Pelt  125/1  
Camilo Villegas  125/1  
Fred Couples  125/1  
Henrik Stenson  125/1  
Jeff Overton  125/1  
Jhonattan Vegas 125/1  
Louis Oosthuizen  125/1  
Lucas Glover  125/1  
Matteo Manassero  125/1  
Miguel Angel Jimenez  125/1  
Robert Karlsson  125/1  
Rory Sabbatini  125/1  
Sean O’Hair  125/1  
Stewart Cink  125/1  
Tim Clark  125/1  
Carl Pettersson  150/1  
Jonathan Byrd  150/1  

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