Early US Open Odds

Early US Open Golf Odds

Early US Open Odds

The 2016 U.S. Open Golf Tournament takes place from June 16 through June 19 at the Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania. The course is a par 70 with a length of 5,753 yards. The field should have 156 players. As to be expected, Jordan Spieth, the defending U.S. Open Champ, is the favorite. Check out below for early U.S. Open odds!

A Closer Look At The Early U.S. Open Odds

What: U.S. Open
When: Thursday – Sunday, June 16-19, 2016
Start Time: 7 AM ET  
Where: Oakmont, PA
Course: Oakmont Country Club
Established: 1903
Par: 70
Length: 7,230 yards
Watch: FOX Sports
Stream: Fox Sports Go

  • Jordan Spieth 7/1 – He’ll be hard to ignore after the meltdown at Augusta. The guess is that he’ll be fired up to prove that he didn’t let the meltdown affect him.
  • Rory McIlroy 8/1 – Rory always goes off at low odds in every tournament in which he plays. He won the U.S. Open in 2011. He finished at +1, tied 10th, at the Masters. I don’t know. The odds seem too low.
  • Jason Day 8/1 – Jason Day played okay at the Masters with a +1. Oakmont might flatter him more. If it comes down to Rory or Day, at this point, you have to go with Day.
  • Dustin Johnson 15/1 – Johnson got his swing back at Augusta. He shot an excellent -1 to tie for 3rd place. But, Oakmont is considered the most difficult course in the U.S. DJ could have a bad time.
  • Rickie Fowler 20/1 – He seemed to implode at Augusta. He missed the cut after an 80 Round 1 and a 73 Round 2. Unless he picks it up from here until U.S. Open Week, he’s hard to back at 20 to 1.
  • Adam Scott 20/1 – Scott shot a +18 and didn’t make the cut in 2007, the last time that they played the U.S. Open at Oakmont. 20 to 1 odds are just too low.
  • Justin Rose 20/1 – At +11, Rose was only 6 strokes off of winner Angel Cabrera in 2007. He could surprise this year.
  • Bubba Watson 30/1 – Watson shot an excellent +9 in 2007. When the winner is at +5, +9 isn’t bad at all. Since Watson has already traversed the dangers of Oakmont, he’s a possible play at the odds.
  • Hideki Matsuyama 30/1 – I love how Matsuyama’s game has come around. But newbies to Oakmont usually don’t play well. He’s going to have to head to Pennsylvania in excellent form.
  • Henrik Stenson 30/1 – Stenson’s +15 didn’t get him to Day 3 in 2007. Unless he steps it up big time, he’s a play against.
  • Danny Willett 30/1 – Willett’s hot after winning the Masters. But he’s still never stepped onto the Oakmont course. I have to pass.
  • Phil Mickelson 30/1 – Lefty failed to make the cut at the Masters. He also missed the cut at Oakmont in 2007. He’s hard to back at 30 to 1 because due to his age, he’ll have to work extra hard to get the swing right.