U.S. Open Odds and Picks

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  • US Open odds: Current favorites to win tournament are Dustin Johnson +704,  Brooks Koepka +745, Rory McIlroy+785 and Tiger Woods+1288 at BookMaker.eu.
  • US Open date: The U.S. Open will be held from Thursday, June 13th through Sunday, June 16th, 2019, at Pebble Beach Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California and nationally televised on FS1 and FOX.
  • US Open purse: $12,500,000

A resurgent Tiger Woods has been listed as one of the favorites at the U.S. Open. While Woods may never come close to his unbelievable peak, he has been playing some solid golf of late and will be aiming to turn back time once again in this tournament. He is aiming for his fourth career U.S. Open victory.

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It won’t be easy, as there are plenty of other big names in the field with designs to capture the tournament title. The defending champion of the U.S. Open is Brooks Koepka, who has found victory here in each of the last two years. He has some of the best odds to win once again but isn’t the overall favorite.

Here are the current odds for the U.S. Open:

U.S. Open Odds To Win

Dustin Johnson +704
Brooks Koepka +745
Rory McIlroy+785
Tiger Woods+1288
Jordan Spieth +1825
Patrick Cantlay +1977
Justin Rose+2065
Rickie Fowler+2265
Justin Thomas+2521
Jon Rahm+2573
Jason Day+2573
Xander Schauffele+3080
Tommy Fleetwood+3084
Adam Scott+3290
Hideki Matsuyama+3290
Phil Mickelson+3800
Francesco Molinari+4250
Tony Finau+4550
Webb Simpson+4550
Matt Kuchar+4630
Paul Casey+5250
Brandt Snedeker+5250
Bryson DeChambeau+6050
Shane Lowry+6550
Marc Leishman+6550
Patrick Reed+7250
Henrik Stenson+7500
Louis Oosthuizen+9500
Gary Woodland+10250
Graeme McDowell+10250
Si Woo Kim+10250
Kevin Na+11075
Sergio Garcia+11500
Billy Horschel+11850
Martin Kaymer+12550
Emiliano Grillo+12550
Jimmy Walker+12550
Ian Poulter+12550
Jim Furyk+12550
Bubba Watson+14171
Matt Wallace+15250
Kevin Kisner+15250
Lucas Glover+15250
Alex Noren+15250
Branden Grace+15250
Tyrrell Hatton+15250
Luke List+15250
Rafa Cabrera Bello+15250
Daniel Berger+17250
Keegan Bradley+17250
Matthew Fitzpatrick+18550
Cameron Smith+18550
Aaron Wise+18550
C.T. Pan+18550
Keith Mitchell+18550
Thomas Pieters+18550
Danny Willett+20250
Haotong Li+20250
Erik Van Rooyen+20250
Thorbjorn Olesen+20250
Lucas Bjerregaard+20250
Byeong-Hun An+20250
Charles Howell III+20250
Jason Dufner+22550
Zach Johnson+22550
Kiradech Aphibarnrat+22550
Rory Sabbatini+25250

(Odds provided by BookMaker.eu)

Players To Watch

Dustin Johnson (+704)

Even though Koepka is the two-time defending champion, Dustin Johnson has been listed as the favorite to win the U.S. Open. Johnson won here in 2016 by shooting 4-under and will aim for a second tournament title. Johnson is playing at an extremely high level and would love to make good on the oddsmakers’ faith in him.

Brooks Koepka (+745)

Koepka won the 2017 U.S. Open by shooting a 16-under, lapping the field by four strokes. He defended the championship in 2018 with a 1-over, holding off Tommy Fleetwood by a stroke.

Tiger Woods (+1288)

Tiger Woods has won here three times, but the last of which came back in 2008 when he shot a 1-under and won in a playoff over Rocco Mediate. Woods also won in 2002 and 2000. His first U.S. Open victory was incredible as Woods won by a record 15 strokes. That was at the height of his dominance but he is not the same player even with the recent resurgence.

Some of the other former winners include Jordan Spieth, Martin Kaymer, Justin Rose, Webb Simpson and Rory McIlroy.

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U.S. Open Picks

Our staff picks: Rickie Fowler to win the U.S. Open at +2265 odds

Our staff pick: Rickie Fowler to win the U.S. Open at +2265 odds

The big names in golf are preparing for one of the most prestigious tournaments of the year in the U.S. Open. Even though golfers like Woods, Koepka and Johnson are the most prominent, a longshot is the pick to win this year’s tournament.

Rickie Fowler has not won the U.S. Open in his career but he has played some solid golf of late and the odds are right to choose him to come out on top.

Check out the latest US Open golf odds.