Betting The U.S. Open At Pebble Beach

2019 U.S. Open Betting Odds: Favorites, Props And Picks To Win At Pebble Beach

One of the best golf courses in America hosts the U.S. Open for the sixth time, and watching the top pros play Pebble Beach Golf Links is worth watching simply for the scenic seaside sites on the Monterey Peninsula.

I provided some thoughts and insight on the 2019 U.S. Open at Forbes, including betting odds, props and some picks to win.

Also discussed the U.S. Open in the weekly podcast at TheLines. (U.S. Open coverage at 33:00 minute mark), where I’m a co-host covering games, sports betting and industry-related news. Mention of some U.S. Open long shots as well.

Each of the last seven winners of the U.S. Open since 2011 had odds to win of less than 50-1, making the winner more likely to come from the players below.

Player FanDuel BetStars Westgate
Dustin Johnson 850 800 800 900 (9-1)
Brooks Koepka 850 900 800 800
Rory McIlroy 850 800 1000 900
Tiger Woods 1000 1300 1000 1200
Jordan Spieth 1700 2000 1400 1800
Patrick Cantlay 1900 1600 1600 1800
Justin Rose 2100 2800 2000 2200
Xander Schauffele 2400 2200 2500 2500 (25-1)
Justin Thomas 2400 3000 2500 2200
Jon Rahm 3200 2500 2500 2500
Jason Day 2900 3300 2500 2500
Rickie Fowler 2900 2800 2000 2500
Tommy Fleetwood 3200 3500 3000 3300
Hideki Matsuyama 3200 4000 4000 2800
Phil Mickelson 4600 4500 3000 5000
Francesco Molinari 3400 3500 3500 2800
Adam Scott 3400 3300 3000 3300
Tony Finau 4600 5000 3500 4000
Webb Simpson 4600 3300 5000 4000
Bryson DeChambeau 5000 4500 5000 4000

50-1 to 60-1: Paul Casey, Brandt Snedeker, Henrik Stenson, Matt Kuchar

60-1 to 80-1: Sergio Garcia, Graham McDowell, Marc Leishman, Gary Woodland, Louis Oosthuisen, Martin Kaymer, Matt Wallace, Patrick Reed

90-1 to 125-1: Bubba Watson, Kevin Na, Brandon Grace, Cameron Smith, Jim Furyk, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Lucas Glover, Kevin Kisner, Ian Poulter, Tyrell Hatton, Graeme McDowell (2010 U.S. Open winner at Pebble Beach)

All players odds to win from the Westgate Superbook and

Fairway’s Foursome to win the U.S. Open from the players chart above:

Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Jason Day.

Fading some players in U.S. Open tournament match-ups including Bubba Watson, which was similar to our fade of him in multiple match-ups at the 2019 PGA Championship and cashed in when he missed the cut.

Be sure to check out as a great resource for weekly PGA Tournament previews, stats and past performance charts. The information and insight provided is by golf writers and industry insiders who travel with the PGA Tour and accumulate the data and information on the players.

Not as many drivers from players off the tee this week, and accuracy and placement from the tee and fairway on approach to the tiny greens is vital for success. But of the strokes gained stats, consider these as you study the players and profiles for your bets or fantasy pool inclusions.

*Strokes Gained Off-the-Tee: The per round average of the number of strokes based on the number of fairways and distance hit.

*Strokes Gained Approach-the-Green: Takes into account the number of greens and the proximity to the hole in the interest of saving shots.

*Strokes Gained Around-the-Green: Number of strokes gained from shots around the green, lot of it is scrambling and bunker play.

*Strokes Gained Putting: The number of strokes gained in putting.

Enjoy a hole-by-hole preview of Pebble Beach, where the greatest meeting of land and sea is narrated by sportscaster Jim Nantz.

Beyond the stunning backdrop along the Monterey Peninsula,  the 2019 U.S. Open champion will come from a list of contenders that show mental fortitude and overcome obstacles while playing with precision, patience and finding fairways and the tiny greens on their path to par.

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