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Where To Bet The U.S. Open (Golf)

Graeme

The U.S. Open is one of golf’s majors and a highlight of every June. Unlike The Masters, the US Open is played at various locations throughout the United States. The event is always scheduled for the third Sunday in June which is also Father’s Day. This event always offers great drama and some of the highest level golf.

The US Open is truly open as there is a local qualifying played over 18 holes at more than 100 courses around the US. The leading players, money winners and winners of multiple PGA Tour events are exempt from this. Leading players who aren’t exempt will then play the winners of those 18 holes in a Sectional Qualifying state, played over 36 holes in one day at multiple golf courses.

This is always a big tournament with a big purse so all of the big names come out for it. It is one of the best events to bet on as well. In this article I am going to share how to bet on this tournament, where to bet on it as well as my own strategy for betting.

Where To Bet the U.S. Open:

America: Bovada has the best odds on the US Open. They offer outright winners, top 5, 3 ball and match-up betting on the major.

Canada: Bodog

Everywhere Else: Bet365 Sportsbook is a place where I bet golf, especially the majors.

What is PGA U.S Open betting?

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There are many options for betting on one of golf’s biggest events. The multiple ways to bet on the tournament are:

Winner: Pretty obvious here. All of the golfer’s are listed with corresponding odds that match their world ranking, success in recent tournaments and course familiarity. This is the most profitable betting, but also the hardest to pick.

Top 5 Finish: Self explanatory, but you will cash with a top 5 finish for your selected golfer.

Top 10 Finish: Same as above, but for the top ten.

Match-ups: Odds set on one golfer versus another.

3 Balls: Offered on the first and second round. This takes the groupings and you bet on the winner of the group.

Sixshooter: Same as above, but with six golfers.

To Make The Cut: Simply, betting on if players make the cut. The top sixty players after the first two rounds make the cut. This is based on place so the actual number of golfers might be more than sixty if there is a tie.

Common U.S. Open Questions:

What is the lowest score on the US Open?

While the tournament has been around since 1895, the two lowest scores we’ve seen have both been rather recent.

The lowest aggregate score is Rory McIlroy’s winning round from 2011 at 268. He was -16 that year which is teid with Brooks Koepka in 2017 for lowest amount under par in US Open history.

What are the biggest US Open Betting Upsets?

The biggest upset in the US Open was Michael Campbell in 2005. The New Zealander managed to defeat Tiger Woods by 2 strokes to become champion. His pre-tournament odds? Oh only 1000/1. This was the only PGA Tournament he ever won, although he has had 7 wins on the European Tour including the Nissan Irish Open and the Heineken Classic.

Another big one was Lucas Glover who at 250/1, managed to win the 209 US Open. That was an incredible one as he outlasted the likes of David Duval and Phil Mickelson to take it.

Angel Cabrera in 2007 was 200/1. Cabrera only has 3 PGA Tour wins on his card, and incredibly two of them are Majors as he won the Masters in 2009 as well. he even went to the playoffs in 2013 where he lost to Adam Scott in the 2013 Masters. Big game player.

In more recent times, you could bet Gary Woodland as high as 150/1 at one point prior to his 2019 US Open win. By the time the tournament began, Woodland was about 60-1 odds to win.

When Koepka won the US Open for the 2nd year in a row, he was a 20/1 to repeat. The prior year, he was 40/1 odds when he was able to take the win.

What’s happening with the 2020 U.S. Open in Golf?

The 2020 US Open was scheduled for June 18th-21st, and that it would be taking place in Mamaroneck, New York. It was going to be held at the Winged Foot Golf Club.

Due to the coronavirus, the event along with many other golf tournaments was postponed.

The current new schedule has the 2020 US Open taking place on September 17th-20th, 2020 and it will be at Winged Foot. Word is they will play without crowds.

If you bought tickets for the US Open in June then don’t worry – your tickets are still good for the new days if there is crowds allowed there. If you are unable to attend due to these new dates, you are eligible for a refund. Everything is still up in the air at the moment.

Fox Sports still plan on airing the US Open.

How To Bet the PGA U.S. Open:

Just scroll to the golf section of your preferred sportsbook and you will find a complete list of odds for all of the upcoming events. U.S. Open odds usually end up going up two or three weeks before the event.

PGA U.S. Open Betting Strategy:

I first like to take a look at recent form of the golfers. Recent top 5 and top 10 finishes, as well as solid final rounds in their most recent event can be predictive of a golfer that is getting hot.

The most important thing I look at is course familiarity. For some golfers this may be their first time at a particular course and that is not a good recipe for winning. Look for some who has played tournaments at this course before and had success, that is also playing well at the moment and you could pick yourself a winner.

Finally, I like to play my picks as both the winner and E/W (aka top 5). There are 60+ golfers that are going to make the cut and picking a winner is pretty tough. A top five finish can still be profitable.

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