U.S. Open Odds: Picks, Props and Betting At Torrey Pines
The U.S. Open returns to Torrey Pines on the coast in La Jolla just North of San Diego for the first time since Tiger Woods’ memorable victory in 2008. I chipped-in early U.S. Open odds and coverage at TheLines, and the golfers odds to win have been out for months at leading sportsbooks and adjusting with player performances and betting activity.
The golfers odds to win can vary slightly at various sportsbooks, and more variance on long shots. The U.S. Open odds from the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas are below on the leading favorites. During tournament week, the odds to win on all the golfers are on sportsbooks online sites and at golfodds.com for the SuperBook.
U.S. Open Odds
US Open updated
J Rahm 10/1
D Johnson 14/1
B DeChambeau 16/1
B Koepka 16/1
X Schauffele 16/1
J Spieth 18/1
J Thomas 20/1
R McIlroy 20/1
C Morikawa 20/1
P Cantlay 25/1
V Hovland 25/1
T Finau 30/1
P Reed 30/1
H Matsuyama 35/1
T Hatton 40/1
D Berger 50/1
P Mickelson 60/1
— Jeff Sherman (@golfodds) June 14, 2021
Player analysis, odds, key stats and holes along with how to bet and strategies with information you can bet on are all part of the U.S. Open Betting Guide. I chipped-in on the guide and U.S. Open coverage for at TheLines and other outlets.
COURSE AND TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
- Course: Torrey Pines (South)
- Location: La Jolla, CA
- Date: June 17-20
- Par: 71 / Yardage 7,643
- Purse: $12.5 Million / Winner $2.25 M
- Fairways/Rough: Kikuyugrass overseeded with Ryegrass
- Greens: : Poa annua
- Twitter: @usopengolf
More length, tighter fairways, thicker rough plus new, modified and rearranged hazards will make the U.S. Open much tougher than when played on the same course during the Farmers Insurance Open in February.
I’ll be adding more U.S. Open coverage along with updates to this page during tournament week. That includes outright winners of interest and tournament match-ups, which are 17-6 this year. Check out Torrey Pines South Course hole-by-hole preview, and a flyover look at each hole.
No. 14 at Torrey Pines has a canyon that runs down the entire left side. In addition, watch why this hole’s challenge is just beginning when you get to the green.
In collaboration with @DeloitteUS.
— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 13, 2021
U.S. Open Picks
Fairway’s Favorites: Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay, Tony Finau
Fairway’s Longshots: Viktor Hovland, Will Zalatoris, Paul Casey, Adam Scott
Tournament Match-ups: Paul Casey (+100) over Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel (+105) over Stewart Cink (BetMGM)
Tournament match-ups 17-6 in 2021, including 3-1 in majors.
Next week many golfers in the U.S. Open will fly across the country to Cromwell, CT for the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.
Post tournament update: Jon Rahm (-6) wins US Open for first major title and huge $2.25 million payday. Many bettors cash in on Rahm as tournament favorite. Our posted tournament match-ups split and now 18-7 YTD. Paul Casey and Xander Schauffele finish top 10 (T7). Also bet Casey over Simpson (cut), and match-up selection part of process in posting more winners as we miss on Casey over Oosthuizen.