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2019 US Open Odds, Picks, and Favorites

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The US Open is just days away, and Professional Golf fans are excited to see their favorite golfers take the green at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

The 2019 US Open will begin on Thursday, June 13th and continue through the weekend. This will be just the seventh time the US Open will be held at Pebble Beach. The last time this major tournament was held at Pebble Beach Lucas Glover (+15000) took home the win. Back in 2000, when this event was also held at Pebble Beach, Tiger Woods (+1100)  won with a 15 stroke lead.

Tiger 2000 US Open win

Both Tiger and Glover will be playing at this year’s event, but neither golfer is expected to win according to online sportsbooks. Two months ago Tiger took home his fifth Masters Tournament win making him the only golfer to win 5 and only one green jacket beneath Jack Nicklaus. This major tournament win has put Tiger in the talk for winning the 2019 PGA Tour.

Other 2019 US Open favorites include Brooks Koepka (+850), Dustin Johnson (+850), Rory Mcllroy (+850), Jordan Speith (+2000), Justin Rose (+2500), and Phil Mickelson (+4000).

Brooks Kopeka won the US Open in 2017 and 2018 and was the first golfer to win the tournament back to back in 29 years since Curtis Strange (88,89). No one has ever won the US Open three times in a row.

Win #1

Win #2

The US Open is an annual major championship held in the United States and one of the four majors on the PGA Tour. The tournament has been played as 72 holes of stroke play since 1898.  This years winner will receive a 12.5 million dollar prize purse.

Bovada and other online sportsbooks have multiple prop bets available for the tournament. We have listed some of the best prop bets available online to give you an idea of what people are betting on.

Will there be a double eagle?

  • Yes +700
  • No -1800

Will there be a playoff?

  • Yes +300
  • No -450

Will there be a hole in one?

  • Yes -155
  • No +120
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