Betting And Shooting For Par In The 2020 U.S. Open At Winged Foot

Winged Foot is the Quintessential Test for 2020 U.S. Open

I’ve provided extensive coverage of the 2020 U.S. Open this week which includes golf stats, player performance and odds, props and information you can bet on. Winged Foot (West Course) is expected to be a most stern test, and I’ve provided some insight and information plus player profiles in a U.S. Open betting guide at TheLines. Also, I chip-in added course information, odds and betting activity on the top-ranked player in the world Dustin Johnson and his position in the market report and betting percentages on the top players to win at Winged Foot.

US Open Betting Guide – Player Profiles – Market Report

Past history and tough setups at U.S. Open venues is covered and the USGA added this comment from the man who sets up the golf course this week at Winged Foot.

“The setup you’ll see this week reflects the challenge this golf course presents,” said John Bodenhamer, USGA senior managing director and the person charged with setting up the golf course this week.

US OPEN BETTING MARKET SPLITS

Neither Mickelson or Woods are winning this week at Winged Foot, yet bettors are supporting them like they are in their prime. The odds may seem tempting on Tiger (+4500) or Phil (+10000 at DraftKings), but as DraftKings director of sportsbook operations Johnny Avello told me this week, “There are so many other golfers on the top of their game right now.”

“Tiger is certainly drawing some action,” Avello added. “But bettors also know that it’s tough for these guys to win, because they have to put four rounds together, which is difficult.”

I provide plenty of coverage and player percentage splits on popular players this week from DraftKings, BetMGM And William Hill in the tweet below, which noted the added interest for one bettor especially with a $45,000 bet on Mickelson (+7500) to win $3.375 million.

My additional coverage in Forbes includes odds, analysis and information you can bet on plus strokes gained stats evaluation and my picks and bets to win the 2020 U.S. Open.

Scrambling for a U.S. Open Winner at Winged Foot

“Fairway’s Foursome” to win the 2020 U.S. Open does not include an American: Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Hideki Matsuyama and Jon Rahm.

Mulligan’s: Viktor Hovland and Jason Day

But my American contingent of longshots who can contend, finish top-10 or payoff big with a win includes: Daniel Berger, Harris English, MacKenzie Hughes and Chez Reavie.

Tournament match-ups: Chez Reavie (-130) over Will Zalatoris

Victor Hovland (-130) over Brendon Todd and Tyrrell Hatton (+110) over Webb Simpson

Check out the hole-by-hole insights of Winged Foot and the flyover video as you track the round-by-round stats at each hole. In-play betting will be brisk again this week even with more bogey’s than birdies at Winged Foot.

You can bet on it.

Author: FairwayJay

FairwayJay is a leading national sports and betting analyst providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. His work, writing and content is provided to various sites and leading sources. Follow him on Twitter: @FairwayJay