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It’s the third major of the season, golf fans. The US Open is coming soon to Pinehurst No. 2, the site of three previous versions of this prestigious (and notoriously tough) event.


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All the action tees off on Thursday, June 13th and Bovada’s got all the US Open odds for you. Who’s going to lift the trophy at sunset on Sunday? Read on for some odds and insights…

Scottie Scheffler (+400)

With the arrest drama at the PGA Championship finally throwing him momentarily off-course, Scottie Scheffler quickly regained his epic 2024 form by finishing second in the Charles Schwab Challenge. Scheffler hasn’t finished worse than 17th all year – in fact the rest are all top 10’s. In six of his last seven tournaments, he’s finished either first or second. You can see why oddsmakers put Scheffler’s US Open odd way ahead of the rest of the field.

Rory McIlroy (+1100)

With plenty of off-course drama of his own in recent weeks, Rory McIlroy might have an excuse for playing some less-than-stellar golf. But the Irish veteran has a 1st, 12th and 4th-place finish in his last three events, and he always seems to be in the hunt during majors. Trend-watching oddsmakers clearly like the path he’s on after cracking the top 10 only once in his first eight starts of the year. He hasn’t won a major in 10 years though, which might make people fade his US Open odds a little.

Xander Schauffele (+1200)

Speaking of players who seem to always show up in majors, Xander Schauffele finally broke through his major drought at the PGA Championship in May. Given that win – and his second-place finish the week before, plus his 8th at the Masters – it’s a little surprising that his US Open odds aren’t a little stronger yet. Bettors might see solid value at +1200.

Viktor Hovland (+1600)

Viktor Hovland’s 2024 performance can best be described as uneven, so his US Open odds being so high are another surprise. He missed the cut at the Masters, but then put in a stellar showing at the PGA Championship, finishing third. Still, he had two top 10’s in majors last year, and oddsmakers might like the way seems to have sorted out his swing issues from earlier this season. He’s got all the talent to make a run in any tournament he’s playing.

Bryson DeChambeau (+1800)

A riveting performance at the PGA Championship this year put Bryson DeChambeau back in the spotlight for golf fans and bettors alike. While he’s still playing on the LIV Tour, DeChambeau is a threat on long courses like Pinehurst No. 2 due to his length off the tee and the fairway. His only major win is actually the US Open, back in 2020 at Winged Foot. And given his sixth-place finish at the Masters this year, followed up by a strong second at the PGA Championship, DeChambeau’s +1800 might be appealing to those looking to pick up his second US Open trophy.


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Jon Rahm (+1800)

Of all the players who have migrated to the LIV Tour, Jon Rahm is one of the biggest names and possibly one of the players whose game has suffered the most. After a 2023 season on the PGA Tour where he won four times, including the Masters, Rahm has zero wins on the LIV Tour. On top of that, he followed up his green jacket win from a year ago with a 45th-place finish at Augusta this year, and a missed cut at the PGA Championship. Optimistic fans might think Rahm is due to bounce back at the US Open, but the signs aren’t there.

Brooks Koepka (+2000)

In contrast to Rahm, Brooks Koepka has found success after heading East to the LIV Tour. He has four LIV titles so far, including a win in Singapore in May. Couple that with five major wins under his belt – the latest coming in 2023 at the PGA Championship – and Koepka looks like another decent wager at +2000. Then again, his two major appearances this year might suggest that he hasn’t transitioned well enough back to the PGA Tour tournament format yet – he was 26th at the PGA and 45th at the Masters.

Wyndham Clark (+3500)

Getting a read on Wyndham Clark’s game in 2024 is proving to be as tough as reading the greens at your local muni course. He has missed both cuts at the PGA and the Masters this year. Then again, he has a win, a second and a third, including a scorching 60 at his AT+T Pebble Beach Pro-Am victory. And he’s the defending US Open champ, which should count for something.

Robert MacIntyre (+7000)

If you watched the recent Canadian Open – or at least the tearful post-tournament interviews – you watched one of the best golf stories in recent years, with Robert MacIntyre scoring the win with his father as his caddie. Can the 39th- ranked golfer in the world (who was 76th prior to that tournament) find similar magic at the US Open? Oddsmakers aren’t so sure, given his +7000 US Open odds.

Tiger Woods (+20000)

Until he officially retires from the PGA Tour, we’re probably going to include Tiger Woods on our previews. Woods is targeting mainly the majors this year, and he 60th at the Masters and missed the cut at the PGA Championship. But can anyone fully count out a winner of 15 majors and 82 pro tournaments? At +20000 it’s a stretch (plus maybe a dogleg and a fried egg bunker shot), but everyone still has eyes on Tiger, no matter where or how he’s playing.

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