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2016 US Open Odds: Jason Day Favorite at Oakmont

The golf US Open will always be the toughest test of the four majors, and this year the players have to play the toughest track on American soil. There’s no nice way to put it: Oakmont Country Club is absolutely brutal. The greens will be rolling at 13-14 on the stimpmeter and the rough is a foot long in most spots.

Hitting the fairways is a must, but there the madness just begins as the greens at Oakmont are the toughest in the world. If you hit it in the wrong spot you will struggle to even three-putt, and yes, we will see some 4-putts or more. I predict that someone shoot 90 this week.

The course is long, the course is tight and the greens are like putting on the moon. The 2016 US Open betting field is strong with all of the top players in the world ready to do battle. Below, you will find the current golf betting odds for the 116th PGA US Open, courtesy of

US Open Betting Odds

Jason Day +650
Rory McIlroy +710
Jordan Spieth +850
Dustin Johnson +1195
Adam Scott +2850
Phil Mickelson +2050
Hideki Matsuyama +3262
Justin Rose +2650
Rickie Fowler +2550
Bubba Watson +3767
Henrik Stenson +3463
Danny Willett +3867
Matt Kuchar +2553
Sergio Garcia +3055
Branden Grace +4750
Brooks Koepka +5075
Jim Furyk +8125
Martin Kaymer +5050
Patrick Reed +4525
Zach Johnson +9650
Brandt Snedeker +7250
Charl Schwartzel +7775
J.B. Holmes +9250
Lee Westwood +7850
Louis Oosthuizen +5750
Paul Casey +9050
Russell Knox +10575
Matthew Fitzpatrick +6850
Daniel Berger +6050
Bill Haas +15000
Billy Horschel +5250
Byeong Hun An +14500
Danny Lee +11850
Emiliano Grillo +15000
Graeme McDowell +12500
Harris English +15000
Jason Dufner +12000
Jimmy Walker +15000
Justin Thomas +12550
K.T. Kim +17500
Kevin Chappell +11250
Kevin Kisner +15000
Kevin Na +12550
Marc Leishman +5250
Shane Lowry +11050
Smylie Kaufman +25000
Webb Simpson +11050
Bernd Wiesberger +22500
Charley Hoffman +12500
Chris Kirk +17500
David Lingmerth +25000
Keegan Bradley +15250
Luke Donald +13500
Rafa Cabrera-Bello +14500
Bryson DeChambeau +15000
Brendan Steele +21500
Chris Wood +15000
Retief Goosen +15000
Soren Kjeldsen +27500
Patrick Rodgers +21500
Alex Noren +32590
Andy Sullivan +9900
Jamie Donaldson +17500
Kiradech Aphibarnrat +27500
Lucas Glover +25000
Russell Henley +15000
Kevin Streelman +27000
Patton Kizzire +25000
James Hahn +27500
Jason Kokrak +22500
Gary Woodland +10500
Angel Cabrera +12550
Cameron Smith +20520
Robert Streb +25250
Scott Piercy +10150
Ernie Els +12500

So who has a chance to win the US. Open? Well, with the way this course and these conditions will play, it really is anyone’s game.

Get to Know the US Open Favorites

The so called “Big 3” are golf betting favorites. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day odds are all around +800, so there is really not much value in any of them and the public will be all over the trio.

The real VALUE this year is further down the list, with Hideki Matsuyama at +3262 and Patrick Reed at +4525. Both players have the talent to win a U.S. Open, they both drive the ball well, scramble well and most importantly, roll the ball well with the flatstick.

Another great pick for all formats this week is Jim Furyk +8125. After being out most of the year to recover from wrist surgery, the veteran showed some game in his last start at The Memorial and is primed for a great week at Oakmont. Furyk grew up in Pennsylvania and will get a lot of hometown support and remember, the last time the U.S. Open was played at Oakmont in 2007, Furyk finished second.

Will We See Tiger Woods This Year?

And finally, for you Tiger Woods fans, he’s not playing and no one knows when or if he will ever play again. I know I am getting tired of the saga that follows him around whether or not he’s playing. Tiger, please come out and tell us whether you’re done for good or not playing this year.

The 116th U.S. Open is scheduled for Thursday, June 16, through Sunday, June 19. FOX Sports and FS1 will provide 40 hours of live golf throughout the four days.

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